If they're cooking the books AND they're still achieving a lower cost ratio per student AND their academic success rate is higher than in a generic public school ... they're doing a much better job than comparable public schools!
What could possibly be wrong with that? Conversely, why aren't the public schools doing better? If that was the case, this conversation wouldn't even be happening!
(And puleese! ... Do not say they would be if we just poured in more money!)
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