hints of Christian privilege in Roanoke

I have serious misgivings over private schools, which strike me as exemplarily libertarian and intrinsically disposed toward widening the opportunity gap. Furthermore, i have dire concerns over the proliferation of religious schools, which introduce the added effect of confounding wealth, privilege, and influence with Christianity, pseudoscience, and authoritarianism. Let me, at the outset, set aside these concerns and affirm that no structural restrictions should be in place against the founding of private Christian schools, and that the burden of averting their spread rests with the adequate funding and management of public educational institutions, hence ultimately with us.

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