Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Heads of private schools ask for more from parents & less from government

From The Age some heads of private schools have lashed out at the proposal by John Howard to allow non-means-tested tax rebates to parents of all students attending school. These heads do not of course pay fees – they receive them.

I hope the councils of the schools concerned will stand up for parent rights and give these principals a well deserved boot in the rear-end. These principals are renowned for taking advantage of a non-competitive environment and extracting every last dollar they can from parents of their students.

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