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Don't Cut Adult Classes

May 19, 1993

I have been an educator for 18 years, the last 10 in adult education, so I was not pleased to read that 17,000 of our students may not be able to continue their education.

The Oxnard school district's business manager, Bob Brown, has indicated that he does not want to put the high school programs in jeopardy by spending money on adult ed. He seems to conveniently forget that more than 400 high school students are enrolled in adult education classes, and without these classes, the students will not graduate. Many students in high schools in our district take courses through adult ed in computer labs, driver's ed and high school completion programs.

PATRICIA MORAWSKY

Oxnard

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