Special Interest Schools

By: Erin Tate
By: Erin Tate

It's using $3.2 million tax to do it. Opponents say it's a waste of money and a step back to segregation.

While we might not expect a gay school in the Valley, other special interest groups could fight for something similar.

But Rockingham County School Board member Lowell Fulk says that would dilute public education.

"As financially challenged as public education is currently any such use of tax money would be inappropriate. We need to focus on the mission of public education which is to provide a good, quality education for all children to become good citizens that fit into society and have fulfilling lives," Fulk says.


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