On 9/25/06, David Russell
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Mark Wagner wrote:
Define "school". Under Michigan law, I
was educated in a private
school: the Vernon-Dunlap School. I can even cite sources that prove
the existence of this school and that I went there; however, this
particular "school" existed only because that's how the state of
Michigan defined homeschooling: as a private school with a religious
or philosophical objection to teacher certification. Should we have
an article on it?
Yes. The unusualness (is that a word?) of this arrangement means that it
would be inherently notable.
So every one of the tens of thousands of single-student private
schools in Michigan needs an article?
Are there really tens of thousands of them? Where is the list? I
really don't think it's possible to comment in detail on this without
seeing exactly what you're talking about.