Should public schools ask businesses and foundations to kick in when government won't?
Should public schools ask businesses and foundations to kick in when government won’t?
|Yes, the nonprofit Philadelphia School Partnership hopes to pump $100 million into expanding strong schools|
|No, schools deserve adequate government support|
|Yes, but only until economic times improve|
|No, these efforts won't assure schools' survival for the long-term|
|Total votes = 514|
Letters to the Editor
ISSUE | CULTURE WARS Choice, feminism unfairly blamed Yet again, Robert W. Patterson blames the Supreme Court's decision to legalize abortion for America's seemingly intransigent economic problems ("Too many lack opportunities for success," Dec. 21). He also claims that feminism is a precursor to our economic doldrums.
LET ME BEGIN with a statement of fact. Editorial cartoons are not meant to be fair and they cannot hurt you. That said, they can, in the words of one of my ink-stained brethren, punctuate the conversation with satire, mockery and gross exaggeration, ridic