who added that he supports leaving the alternative school separate from other school campuses.
And since 'alternative' schools exist, I agree. But I'm not a fan of the alternative school concept anyway. That's what private schools are for. If schools are truly 'public,' there's one school for everyone who can adapt, learn, and behave as a responsible human being. If you can't, tough luck — a public school can't help you.
Further, how can young adults with behavioral problems ever possibly learn something by exclusively hanging out with others with behavioral problems? Parents of children attending an alternative school should be able to take back their fair share of education tax dollars and figure out what to do about their child's education. The public school system should be done with it.