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Will PARENTS Be Getting Their Moneys Worth in Public Schools This Fall?

May 24, 2020

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I’ve read several articles of late about how students have either sued colleges and universities for the poorer quality of schooling they got in Spring or are planning to stay away from college entirely this fall because of the pandemic. The articles all described the possibility of colleges and universities closing as a consequence of the lost tuitions and how students are consequently asking themselves whether college is even worth it given the debts they incur and the lack of work for graduates.

I haven’t seen any articles yet asking similar questions about the education K-12 students received in spring or the diminished quality of the programs they are likely to be receiving in the future… but it is clear that the costs for that schooling will be shifted onto property taxes and when that occurs schools will be facing the same issue as colleges and universities… and perhaps the same existential threat.

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