Interested in use of the word antithesis of school’s actions during the pandemic.
The Chicago Tribune article titled: Catholic schools on South and West sides hit hard by pandemic get $1.8 million donation, reported this statement.
“…Catholic school educators who have been teaching students in person since the fall.”
The Purpose of This Post
Is to relate an ancient proverb to consider the contrast of the actions taking place during the pandemic of two types of schools in the USA.
Definition of antithesis – Merriam Webster
1a: the direct opposite
Definition of actions
1a: a thing done: DEED
b: the accomplishment of a thing usually over a period of time, in stages, or with the possibility of repetition
cations plural: BEHAVIOR, CONDUCT unscrupulous actions
A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; (Ecclesiastes 3:7)
What’s My Point?
There is an obvious antithesis in the two different types of school systems in the USA.
My point is the pandemic has highlighted the antithesis of the two types of schools by their deeds and actions. For example, private schools somehow managed to reopen in the fall and public schools have not.
In My Opinion
Voters need to contact their legislators and demand school choice or school voucher.
It is now possible because of the 2020 Supreme Court decision that ruled it is unconstitutional for States to pass laws to prevent taxpayer funds to be directed to private religious schools,
Read a previous post to link a Chicag0 Tribune Columnist opinion on this issue.
If you are a parent, should you wonder why 40 percent of public-school teachers send their kids to private schools and so do most legislators?
As a parent sending your children to private school and in light of the Supreme Court decision, should you be asking yourself why you should have to pay two tuitions, one to fund private and one to fund public schools?
Regards and goodwill blogging.
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