As the director of a very exclusive private school, Emma has very high standards. She granted me a five-minute interview between meetings with investors who summer in their own Mediterranean Islands. And she did this two weeks after her press conference where she announced the grand opening for her very exclusive private school-- a school that only accepts mutants.
"I believe mutant children represent an untapped resource for the future. Since they're being driven out of baseline-centric schools by the droves, I'm taking the best and brightest for the Academy of Tomorrow. They shouldn't suffer due to short-sightedness on society's part."
The Academy of Tomorrow became even more notorious when word broke out about its investors, ranging from foreign governments to biotech companies.
"I don't care where the money comes from. The only factor of utmost importance to me is that the education these children will receive will rival the best private schools in the world. Mutant children should not be disadvantaged merely because of prejudices."
Don't those investors want a return for their money?
Emma smirked. "No."