Letter to the editor: What a bargain

Posted 6/3/20

 

Given the onerous rules suggested for students returning to school such as six foot spacing of desks, no cafeteria, dividers everywhere and daily temperature monitoring, many families might …

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Letter to the editor: What a bargain

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Given the onerous rules suggested for students returning to school such as six foot spacing of desks, no cafeteria, dividers everywhere and daily temperature monitoring, many families might prefer to continue to educate their children at home. Why can’t the state let the money follow the student and pay families a mere $5,000 for each student they teach at home? A bargain for the state, and better education for the students. One parent could afford to stay home and raise their own kids. Win, Win!
Dan Bidstrup,
Arvada

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