Sunday, September 30, 2007


Imagine the following situation:
You're the director of a "special assistance" school. You receive funding from the government to room and board children with "special needs." Problem is: Most of your kids are happy and healthy - devoid of "special needs," but their parents are taking advantage of the situation at your school to help their own economic situation. You know that these kids are bright and capable of more than the education your school can offer them, but you don't want to mess with the system. As a bonus, you know your kids won't have the option of getting their driver's license if they complete 8th grade at your school. Also, if school attendance goes down, your staff is in danger of losing their jobs. Unemployment is rampant. What would you do?
Welcome to Bulgaria.

1 comment:

Жоро said...

I'll probably go to a church. Won't you?