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Letters: Romney's education solutions

May 29, 2012
  • Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney takes part in a language class at Universal Bluford Charter School in West Philadelphia.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney takes part in a language… (Mario Tama / Getty Images )

Re "Romney spars with teachers over class size," May 25

Here's one for Mitt Romney.

You want to fix U.S. education, civil rights issues, poverty spirals and low unemployment rates? Try this: Pass a law that mandates compulsory and free medical services to all children of citizens from birth to age 18. This revolution would make quantum leaps in eliminating the poverty barrier and the achievement gap, and maybe then class size wouldn't matter.

President Obama has been our only president to connect achievement to proper medical care.

Chet Chebegia

Long Beach

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