Friday, November 13, 2015

Pay for Privilege Privitization


One of the problems of "Pay for Privilege" is that the money involved attracts exactly the kind of business people you work to step over on your way to the top. You aren't very good at handling your children, even if you had the time, which, given the rising cost of privilege, you don't, so you hand them over to another climber and are surprised at how crazy things can get.

Wow.

Interestingly enough, however, is that you still feel that this quite OK when it comes to for profit, privatization of prisons, schools for the rest of us, or any other government program, when a buck can be made by cutting as many corners as possible. The crazy that happens there, of course, doesn't have to concern you.

The Story and Nightmare Emails Behind One Elite Silver Lake Preschool's Turmoil


The Story and Nightmare Emails Behind One Elite Silver Lake Preschool's Turmoil