Sunday, May 28, 2006

Public Schools and San Francisco

SF couldn't stay off the radar forever, I guess. NewsAlert has the skinny, via the SF Chronicle, about this oh-so-liberal, so-called progressive city and the atmosphere in which its schools operate. Here's the money quote from the Chron, showing again the hypocrisy under which liberals operate:

Many San Francisco parents say they love the idea of public schools -- for other people's children. Nearly a third of kids in San Francisco attend private and parochial schools -- 3 1/2 times the rate of California as a whole. Personal wealth and the city's large Catholic contingent contribute to the phenomenon, but so do negative perceptions about the public schools.

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