Spending cuts are needed to rein in the cost of a college education

It is difficult to fault the "doomsday" budget and support yearly budget increases for higher education when we hear stories about overpaid professors who only teach a couple of hours a day and take paid sabbaticals every three years.

We also can't forget the million-dollar coaching salaries and all the sports revenues that have nothing to do with education. Revenues from higher taxes are not trickling down to benefit the students. The solution is to curb spending.

Dan Griffin, Perry Hall

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