<< On Wed, 1 Apr 1998, Paul Gilbert wrote:
> 2. I would hope people involved with Sudbury-style school would be
> acutely aware of the root of the pay problem: the
> government-dominated school system.
If public schools disappear then teachers (staff, adult co-learners,
whatever) won't need money to live on? >>
I believe what Paul is referring to is the fact that those of us who choose to
send our kids to private schools pay twice for education - once in taxes to
support a space our child is not occupying, an done in tuition to support the
space they are occupying. If we could have the tax money follow the kid, in
the form of vouchers or whatever, then there would be a much larger pool for
private schools to draw on to pay teachers.