Parents of students at Trillium Charter School in Flemington should pay the costs
To the Editor: I am writing in response to your article regarding the budgeting difficulties in setting up the proposed Trillium Charter School.
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#1 Mar 4, 2010
I agree that any parent who wants to send their child to this charter school should pay the costs involved. They have a public school, which by all accounts, is an excellent school/schools. The state is already in a financial bind, forwarding the financial restriction on to our school, which now has to make cut backs. Granted, there is much waste in our school system, as a volunteer, I saw much of that. But if you feel you're too good to send your child/children to public school, then you should shoulder the financial responsiblity of that yourself. NOT enforce more financial burden on the school district.
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