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Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Public schools no place for teachers' kids - The Washington Times: Nation/Politics - September 22, 2004: "More than 25 percent of public school teachers in Washington and Baltimore send their children to private schools, a new study reports. "
So what's new. This was true more than forty years ago when I helped open a new Christian school in Anderson, California, in the days before the rush to private education. Public school teachers were the largest professional group of parents who placed their children in our school, and it remained the case for the twenty five years I was there.

This is a greater scandal than big tobacco. What have the professional teachers known, and how long have the professionals in public school known? The states have been serving up worse poison than big tobacco, and more junk than the fast food industry. Where is a fast talking trial lawyer when you need one?
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