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The way I want to try and end private schools is by making our national education service so good you wouldn’t want to waste your money.
My own mother, my sister and nearly all the women in my family had full-time jobs as mothers. They were wonderful at it. They drove their children back and forth to soccer, skating lessons, piano lessons, private schools, but I sensed, even in my own mother, a kind of distant dissatisfaction.
If you make the decision to send your kid to public school don’t even look at private schools. Just shut the door. Just turn off the TV. And then you don’t even have to worry about preschool. You have to worry about what’s good for your kid, but you don’t have to worry about how to position yourself.
Second, when comparing private school and public school test scores, it’s like apples and oranges. Public schools have to take everyone, but private schools can be selective. It’s not accurate or fair to compare the job they do.
Art shouldn’t be prohibited in public schools when kids in private schools always get it.
I’m not the candidate who puts his kids in private schools.
‘8 Mile’ could do without an unnecessary class swipe. In a final throwdown, Rabbit clowns a competitor by revealing that the guy went to suburban Detroit Cranbrook, one of the finest private schools in the country.
Republicans get a lot of money from big business, but they are not tied to the union dollar. As a result they have been aggressive advocates of school reform, charter schools and vouchers for private schools.
If you want a good education, go to private schools. If you can’t afford it, tough luck. You can go to the public school.
Direct Grants, private schools which took huge numbers of state pupils, involved effective co-operation between state and private sectors – a thing all modern governments claim they want. So why were they abolished? And why aren’t they now restored?
I expect there will be more private schools.
Single-sex private schools, especially in the middle of nowhere on a bleak hill in County Durham – I don’t think they make sense.
Anyone who sends their children now to government schools usually does it because they can’t afford private education. I went to a government college where 350 out of 400 girls said their brothers go to private schools.
I’m a product of public schools. They are resource-challenged, and when you take those dollars away from public schools and send them to private schools, you’re further starving the system.
Americans overall may live better than medieval aristocrats could dream of, but that means nothing when oligarchs live in the neighborhood next door, flaunting their luxurious homes and top-quality private schools.
Who thought it would be a good idea to undermine art in the school curriculum? Who thought studying the history of our visual culture was a waste of time? Who thought that only private schools should have that privilege? Was it someone who said we don’t need experts?
I grew up on the Eastern Shore during desegregation. A lot of white parents chose to send their kids to private schools rather than integrate – but not mine. My brother and I both attended and graduated from public schools. It’s one of the best things that happened to me.
We’re not proposing any shifting of funding from public schools to private schools.
Private schools are gaming the system. There is way too much state money going in, and people who go to private schools seem to be given a head start for all of the top jobs and that’s something that needs to be dealt with as well.
I know plenty of people with kids in elite, private schools and had heard many stories. I have drifted into the homes of some of those very wealthy families in New York and am fascinated with the dynamic and how much freedom the children are given.
Many expanded-time schools have generated extraordinary results. In some cases, they have completely closed the achievement gap, all while installing curricula with a richness rivaled only by elite private schools and those in the most upscale suburbs.
I think the Republicans are subverted by the fact that so many of their leaders send their kids to private schools, they don’t really have the stomach for the fight.