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Shift in Expectations

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(Kids at Riverbend School in Moncton)

There have been private schools in Atlantic Canada for generations, mostly used by wealthy families or people with strong religious ties.
But this week, the CBC's Vanessa Blanch tells us why some middle and lower income parents are taking a financial hit to avoid the public education system.
And she takes us to some of the new private schools that have opened to meet that demand.

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