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  • Cachae Thomas

    Yes they are. Because they offer a "structured" approach to learning. I was Catholic School educated, and public H.S. couldn't teach me squat! I paid for my boys to go to Catholic School and they all graduated from excellent High Schools/attended college.
    The U.S. really should adopt their Edu. model. Why they don't? Because it will increase competition among the educated, when the rich profit more off of poor/ignorant people instead.