|To the editor: Education priorities mixed up|
|Written by Bruce Dunlavy|
|Wednesday, 04 December 2013 10:21|
In 1963, the television cartoon series Rocky & Bullwinkle aired a segment in which a fictional university, Wossamotta U, decides it can solve its financial and enrollment problems by creating a successful football team.
When the question arises of how to pay for it, the answer is, "How else - we'll fire a few English teachers."
Fifty years later, life is imitating cartoon art.
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