I am very upset with what I read in your newspaper about the threat to the supplemental educational services tutoring program ("Fund classrooms, not corporations," March 27).
I have a daughter who is in the free tutoring program, and no one asked me if this was a good or bad program. It has helped my daughter tremendously.
Now interim state superintendent of schools Bernard J. Sadusky wants to take away the one program that Baltimore City children really need. I am outraged and appalled. Please keep free tutoring in our schools once and for all.
Channon Rankin, BaltimoreCopyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun