Parents reluctantly pay student activity fees

09/3/2004 | Christian Science Monitor, The

As more cash-strapped public schools levy user fees for extracurricular activities and sports, some worry the charges will discourage low-income students from participating. Despite the controversy, most districts would rather charge fees and keep their programs than cancel them altogether.

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