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My kids go to a private Catholic school. We pay tuition for them to attend and we pay for school supplies such as pens, pencils, loose leaf paper, notebooks and folders.
Are all the catholic schools private?
They are free here.
Quoting 4kids4tara:My kids go to a private Catholic school. We pay tuition for them to attend and we pay for school supplies such as pens, pencils, loose leaf paper, notebooks and folders.
Public school is free,, but only good if you live in wealthy white neighborhoods.
We do have to provide supplies and lunches though.
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Similar thing here, to a degree. Some schools are better than others becuase of the area. Less nice neighbourhoods have hoodrats for students and as a result the school has less nice things (they get ruined) and more crime and bullying, and the teachers are less caring (probably get worn down)
Quoting ButterMeUp:Public school is free,, but only good if you live in wealthy white neighborhoods.We do have to provide supplies and lunches though.
Public schools are free, you provide your own school supplies but you don't have to pay for the books unless your kid ruins them. At least that's been my experience, seems it can be very different depending on where you are...
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