Abington superintendent to Stephen Schwarzman: ‘Thoughtless people’ opposed $25 million deal

The e-mails show that private cash infusions into public schools can lead to “divided loyalties” among officials who should be putting the interests of taxpayers first, said Aaron Dorfman, president and CEO of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy.

“It shows exactly why we ought to adequately fund our public institutions with our tax dollars and we shouldn’t need to rely on philanthropic contributions to make ends make,” Dorfman said.

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