Equity or Elitism: Achieving Parity in Christian Schools

From: Volume IX, Issue 1: Autumn 1988 Pages 75-82

Abstract

This article looks at three financial charges leveled against Christian schools--charges of discrimination, pride, and high tuition costs. Solutions to these problems are considered, including scholarships, private funding, and financial aid. The article concludes by suggesting ways that Christian schools can strengthen their programs for vocational training and educating the learning disabled.

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