Recently there has been a lot of discussion about education in Texas and how to “fix” the system, especially the funding of public schools.
At the same time we now hear that the new $60 million Allen football stadium has some serious defects.
Perhaps, Texas voters need to look in the mirror to see where the problems lie. Spending $60 million on a high school football stadium and then complaining about funding is astonishing and Allen is not the only district that has spent millions on football facilities.
Maybe the whole education question needs to be rephrased: “What is more important football stadiums or classroom facilities?”
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— Robert Kai, Keller