BAGHDAD — ISIS has announced monthly taxes on students attending schools and colleges in Iraq's second-largest city, parents and a security official said Wednesday. Iraqi government schools have been state-funded since 1974. But parents in Mosul — which ISIS militants now control — have been told they must pay 25,000 Iraqi dinars (about $21) for every child attending kindergarten, 50,000 dinars ($42) for high-school students and 75,000 dinars ($62.50) for college undergraduates, a mother of three and another father-of-three told NBC News.Senator Patty Murray (who is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Nat'l Education Assn.) could not be reached for comment.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
You'll have to answer to the NEA for this, Jack
ISIS may have finally outraged the wrong people;