Gov. Christie cracks down on salary and perks for public school employees but gives sweatheart deals to schools for disabled students

In New Jersey, disabled students often go to private schools funded by taxpayer dollars. But, according to a Star-Ledger investigation, costs at these schools go largely unchecked and are inflated by nepotism and self-dealing.

Christie thinks these school are a great idea since they’re private, unlike the wasteful public school system. (Prof. H. O. Hell notes that at least Christie is supporting education for disabled kids.)

Some N.J. private schools for disabled students cashing in on taxpayers | NJ.com.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.