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...of the school just being extremely unsafe because of location or other factors. Dr. H. P. Bianchi explains that for his family to be able to send their one child to their parish school it would mean cutting certain things out of their lives such as the “ money budgeted for cable TV, going out to eat, and vacations to get us halfway there.” But they have another child that they would like to send to the school as well when he comes of age so what can be done then when cutting things like that out of the budget only covers half of what is needed? Bianchi’s brother-in-law puts six children though Catholic elementary and high school which costs him over $50,000 a year in tuition. Very few families can do that which is why many either send all of their kids to public or maybe one or two to private while the rest go to public because it could not be feasible to send all.
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