Private Schools Hold New Attraction for Rich Parents
Schools offering in-person teaching are seeing a rise in applications — even when tuition is $50,000 a year or more.
W. Carson Byrd
The erosion of public education continues as wealthy, mostly white families flock to the purported economic safety of private schools.
Since in-person learning won’t be possible at many public schools, there is a surge of affluent parents who want to put their children into independent schools holding in-person classes. It doesn't come cheap,
Phoebe Maltz Bovy
If there's ever a US remake of "Midsomer Murders" I suggest "Peter Becker, head of the Frederick Gunn School" as one of the characters
US Private Schools Hold New Attraction for Rich Parents: Schools offering in-person teaching are seeing a rise in applications — even when tuition is $50,000 a year or more.