'What about the children?'

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Thank you for publishing the "Classrooms at a Crossroads" series last week.

This kind of in-depth, local coverage is what makes a local paper worthwhile.

I have long believed that most of the problems in our schools stem from too-large classes and too-large schools. Children get lost because no one in the system has time to get to know them personally and deal with their problems.

I'm glad the teachers, and your article, identified this problem. Cutting taxes and cutting school budgets may seem wonderful to some, but what about the children?

Barbara Seguin

Beloit

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