OK, INCORPORATE, "I RAISED QUESTIONS…" YOU'VE GOT TO INCORPORATE MY QUESTION INTO YOUR ANSWER.
Well, the questions that I raised had to do with whether or not uh in teaching uh children in a private school or where would they find a building to house uh the children, uh church basements, at best were not adequate. Certainly there were not the usual plumbing facilities that were adequate as they are in a school. There would not be enough uh rooms in one church in their community to handle the uh total number of children who might uh be enrolled. There were warehouses in the uh community and uh these warehouses were not um adequately equipped with plumbing facilities. So uh, my questions had to do with uh, how would uh, the teachers handle the classrooms and how, what limitations would there be on numbers of children. Also the questions had to do with uh, with the teachers' professional relationships, relationships to the professional organizations if they were teaching for um schools that, or a school that uh was designed to circumvent the Supreme Court decision. What would that do to their uh, insurance policies with the professional association that they were members of? Another question I raised is a whose, who, to whom would teachers be responsible if there was a large contributor whose child was not very bright and who might even fail a course, would, would this influence the teacher's decision with respect to whether that child should fail or pass just because the contributor was a large or small contributor? Would there be a school board that would uh, um be responsible to the contributors and so on? My questions were professional in nature and not so much related to segregation and desegregation.