I received my education in the 1990s. I did not know how fortunate I was back then. I transferred from a community college to a four-year university.
How will my children obtain their education once they graduate from high school if they can only take one class per semester because of budget cuts? How is this going to affect my future in a state that produces a less-educated workforce? Maybe it is time to look for a less troubled state for my children's sake, and my own.
I don't know what Charity Hansen and Cinthia Garcia are unhappy about.
At one class per semester instead of the conventional four, they will be able to earn a college degree in only 16 years. During that time, my highly developed math skills tell me they'll only need one-fourth the food of a normal person, be able to sleep in one-fourth of a bed and have one-fourth of a life. It's also easy to see that they'll also age at one-fourth the usual rate.