While doing a little research for my previous post, I ran across this column by Cornelius Chapman, which originally ran in the Boston Herald. One paragraph was particularly quoteworthy:
Connoisseurs of hypocrisy will appreciate the fact that more than half of Cleveland's public school teachers refuse to send their own kids to public schools. In other words, a good portion of public school teacher salaries goes to private schools as soon as the paychecks clear. When you do it, it's unconstitutional. When they do it, it's for the children.