Private fundraising for public schools widens resources gap, professor says

Private fundraising for public schools widens resources gap, professor says

A professor at Stanford University writes in The New York Times that private giving to public schools is widening the gap between rich and poor and exacerbating inequalities in education. "Federal and state governments are in effect subsidizing the charitable activity of parents who donate to their child’s school," says Rob Reich, who is co-director of t

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