The private schools get tax dollars from the public education system for textbooks, library books, transportation and other expenditure that only the deepest of the state accountants know what is happening. So let’s understand that up front. So now let’s compare on a fair basis. Let’s include the socioeconomics in private schools with other state comparisons.

Also the politicians, business people, and chamber of commerce members who can change our public schools have their children in private schools. They really do not care. They are paying lip service to this problem. So nothing is going to change.

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