It's not a tax. It's a fee -- for school sports and a whole lot more
Schools throughout greater Boston are raising fees for sports and other activities. While it's not a property tax increase, the school fees are yet another way local governments are reaching into the pockets of parents to raise money.
North of Boston, for example, Hamilton-Wenham football games will cost close to $100 a pop this fall. That's not for seats on the 50-yard line, but what players who suit up for the Generals pay to play: a $969 user fee, the highest for football in communities north of Boston.
Read more about public schools in the Globe's regional sections here.
Higher costs are having an effect on private schools as well, as they field many more requests for financial aid.
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Just another the sleezebag politicians can raise taxes without any kind of vote or input from the voters.