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Public Schools Should Not Depend on Private Money

On today's New York Times opinion page, Michael A. Rebell and Jessica R. Wolff of the Campaign for Educational Equity write that public schools' growing dependence on private philanthropy to provide basic services is not good public policy.
By Michael A. Rebell and Jessica R. Wolff of the Campaign for Educational Equity

On August 25's New York Times opinion page, Michael A. Rebell and Jessica R. Wolff of the Campaign for Educational Equity write that public schools' growing dependence on private philanthropy to provide basic services is not good public policy.
 
Link: When Schools Depend on Handouts

Published Friday, Aug. 26, 2011

Public Schools Should Not Depend on Private Money

By Michael A. Rebell and Jessica R. Wolff of the Campaign for Educational Equity

On August 25's New York Times opinion page, Michael A. Rebell and Jessica R. Wolff of the Campaign for Educational Equity write that public schools' growing dependence on private philanthropy to provide basic services is not good public policy.
 
Link: When Schools Depend on Handouts
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