I agree with you that it's not really the place for /anyone/, let alone people
outside of our own community, to be talking about our school's tuition over. I
think it was ludicris anyone brought up the subject here in the first place,
since the mailing-list certinly isn't about things like a schools money - but I
don't blame people for meddling, I think most just can't help themselves. ;)
> I said to myself that I wasn't going to write about this subject. After all,
> this maillist is not going to make any decisions. But after reading the
> latest writings, I cannot contain myself.
> You have a school in which a lot of people over a great many years have
> worked on figuring out a reasonable tuition policy. (That policy was
> re-confirmed by a large piece of the Assembly only last spring, after the
> School's Trustees worked on it during the year. That policy is also _always_
> up for re-deciding. And Dawn is one of the re-deciders, as is Scott, as is
> Myla, and Alison, and Leslie.
> But for people who are not, in any way, connected with the school, to
> suddenly start giving advice, as if we were all born yesterday, seems
> strangely out of place. Am I alone feeling this way?
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