Schools Use Empty Classrooms for Day Care to Double Charge Parents
So they won’t open for education. But they will open to just house the children? For a fee. Is that correct?
(From Intellectual Takeout)
Even though they are not offering in-person instruction, parents (and all taxpayers) are required to pay taxes to pay for district schools. As frustrating as that may be for parents, some districts – including Fairfax County, Virginia; Howard County, Maryland; Gilbert, Arizona; and Durham, North Carolina – have decided to open up classrooms to groups of children, basically providing day care.
The kicker? Parents must pay the public school to participate in these custodial programs.
This article was originally posted here: https://www.ac2news.com/2020/08/schools-use-empty-classrooms-for-day-care-to-double-charge-parents/.