Do theÂ public schools that need more money target the familiesÂ who useÂ private schools, too?
- Mountain View Journal, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 29 June 2006,Â Editorial: Let’s See Home, School AllianceÂ Â Â Â
Moriarty Municipal Schoolsâ€” facing a $500,000 budget cutback and a possible school closureâ€” has taken an innovative step that could help ease its crisis.Â Â Â Â
Last week, school district officials met with parents who home-school to learn what they would like to see in terms of a public and home-school partnership.
Â And a month later ….
- Mountain View Journal, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 27 July 2006, School, Home Education Pair UpÂ Â Â Â
Moffitt said enrolling home school students in just one or two classes a day would not be financially possible because class sizes and expenses would be increased, but the district would not receive funding for the student.
Like Daryl says, “it’s all about the money.”Â Do we really think they’ll respect us (as homeschoolers) in the morning?Â
- “That’s not our only purpose … if we got back every single home schooler, it still wouldn’t solve our financial issues,”
Do they consider children in private schools educational apostates, too?
ChildrenÂ are not public school fodder.Â It is not the purpose of children toÂ ‘provide funding’ for a local public school.Â The schools are supposed to serve the families, not the other way around.