[ExI] segregation forever!!
William Flynn Wallace
foozler83 at gmail.com
Fri May 20 01:44:42 UTC 2016
### I won't voluntarily pay for public school and I don't want it. It's
immoral, hateful, wrong. I still have to pay for it, or else they will send
constables to my home and evict me. And I pay for my daughter's Montessori
school because I want her to have good memories of childhood and the
freedom to seek who she wants to be.
I knew a kid who went to a Montessori school in Oklahoma. When he went to
NYC to start the 4th grade he could neither read nor write. Ultimately got
a Ph. D. Hmm.
What instrument does your daughter play? I wish her the best and would
like to know what pieces she is playing.
I disagree with forced public education, but there will be lots of people
who desperately need to learn to read and write who won't if they can stay
home and watch TV. Unfortunately, parents in the lower classes, and
especially one parent households, don't have much control over their kids,
who will play hooky and sell drugs on the street. Many of these households
are one parent because the daddy is absent - common among minorities. Some
of the girls will turn to prostitution under the age of 12.
I disagree with the forced aspect, but overall we will be better off and so
will the kids if we do force them. We do not do a good job of selling
On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 7:23 PM, Rafal Smigrodzki <
rafal.smigrodzki at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 8:09 PM, William Flynn Wallace <
> foozler83 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Public schools exist because that's what people want and will pay for.
>> The right not to go to a public school exists too, so it's hard to see any
>> victims here. I think we will see Khan type online schools that are free
>> for everyone and public and private schools decline. Why pay when it's
>> free? More than that, it better designed than public education, according
>> to what I read, anyway.
> ### I won't voluntarily pay for public school and I don't want it. It's
> immoral, hateful, wrong. I still have to pay for it, or else they will send
> constables to my home and evict me. And I pay for my daughter's Montessori
> school because I want her to have good memories of childhood and the
> freedom to seek who she wants to be.
> Am I the "people"?
> I think I am a victim.
> My daughter is going to perform at Carnegie Hall next month. Private
> schools are not yet illegal.
> Things are not bad at all.
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