General education must take priority

Published 6:00 am Monday, March 28, 2005

Dear Editor,

I don’t have anything against MSA; however, I think that itshould not be a funding priority over regular public education inMississippi.

Public education is for all students, not just those studentswho have special creative talents. And when public educationsuffers, then all students suffer – our future doctors,nurses, teachers, attorneys and business people, as well as thosepracticing visual arts, vocals and theater.

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Kathy Jackson,