In a recent New York Times editorial, former Groton School fundraiser R. Scott Asen argues what may seem completely counterintuitive--that private schools simply aren't expensive enough. He writes that the gap between what tuition payments and fundraising cover and the actual operating costs of private schools keeps increasing each year. As a remedy, he proposes a new pricing model in which families who can pay more for tuition do, while struggling families are helped by those who are doing better financially. Read more about this new pricing model for private school, and let me know what you think.
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