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Rationale for public education disappears

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Rationale for public education disappears Schenectady school Superintendent Laurence T. Spring's Aug. 24 argument that the "School aid formula still discriminates," reflects a lack of understanding of today's world. This is the age of contraception and abortion; the choice to give birth is -- by law and custom -- exclusively the pregnant female's choice. Thus, one of the old rationales for the funding of public education no longer applies. At one time, it was thought ...


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