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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Not so sure about this one

A bill to say a charter school can have no more then 3.5% foreign born workers even if they are in the country legally on a work visa is up for a vote on Wednesday in education. It seems to be another move to stop people who may be of a foreign religion from being employed at a charter school.

I always thought of America as a place for freedom of religion. All religions, just as long as they did not do violence to others.

This bill could also cut some federal funds available to charter schools because it discriminates against legal workers. I question if it is even constitutional on similar grounds. We will see where it goes.

1 comment:

  1. Since any new public charter schools have to get permission from their competition (the government monopoly public schools) before they are even allowed to exist, there won't be any new charter schools to hire workers.


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