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Hannah Bell Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-17-10 02:22 PM
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183. what, precisely, is "owned"? you keep avoiding the question.
traditionally, schools & districts developed their own curricula in-house or in-district, they didn't buy canned curricula.

traditionally, school buildings were owned & maintained by the community or government.

traditionally, school personnel were employees of government, not of private for-profit companies.

traditionally, school employees' wages & benefits were set by government, not by private for-profit companies.

traditionally, employee pension funds were managed by government, not private for-profit companies.


trraditionally, the main sources of private profits in school operations were 1) construction & 2) textbooks & office supplies. period.
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