Any one who pays taxes pays for the education system. I pay even though I homeschool and even though I don't use one thing the school district has to offer me. All the families sending kids to the area Waldorf school pay taxes to their various school districts. All my (childless) neighbors pay for the school system. We pay through our property taxes to our local district. We pay through our state sales tax to the state government to dole out *partly* due to enrollment throughout our state and to the state universities, we pay to the federal government who funds some of our cost of the education system. And anyone throughout the world who buys lumber from Washington State trees is funding our school systems as well.
I asked this previously and no one answered, unless someone's enrollment bumps out a legitimate resident (and even if), *how is that stealing education*? What about the homeless kids who aren't paying their "fair share" of taxes--are they stealing education? Where do they belong?