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Sort of redundant. Although *technically*, I suppose it depends on the state. In Nebraska, the school districts are separate government entities, having no connection to city government. Our school districts oftentimes expand past city boundaries, and sometimes even cross county lines (the school district I live in has constituents in 4 counties, because of where we are situated on the map). The districts are "chartered", in a sense, by the state, not the cities.

But, yeah, your general point about government employees is well taken...

A good government (on whatever level, municipal etc.) would prohibit the provision of schooling and other forms of education by the state and other para-state organs.

It would similarly at least refrain from such a large number of activities that city governments would typically end up among the smallest employers of the community.

Nothing out of the ordinary:


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