In an unequal society such as ours; the difference between a comfortable life and one of constant struggle is, more often than not, the quality of your education.
Good education comes at a hefty price.
Many parents are making breath-taking sacrifices to make it happen.
Should you scrounge - or go into debt - to afford the fees at a private school?
Should you rather invest in the shares of a private school, and send them to a good public school?
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
The greatest investment you can make is in yourself.— Barry O'Mahony
Is education a good proxy for success?— Barry O'Mahony
It is not worth going into debt to afford a private education.— Barry O'Mahony
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