What do you think of these objectives from the article “The Moral Costs of Jewish Day School” from Jewish Ideas Daily?
This model corrects many of the current system’s moral deficiencies:
It makes the tuition-setting process transparent and predictable.
It moves many middle-class families off the rolls of those receiving financial aid.
It defines day school education as a public good to be communally supported instead of an individual good, privately purchased.
It makes clear that the rich, even when they pay the maximum tuition, are assessed a lower percentage of their income than the middle class.
Please read the article.