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War of words over casino job-training rights

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Re “Casino job training rights sought” (Metro, Nov. 14): A private training insitutution is attempting to dictate how our public education system should present a new education offering. What I find most ridiculous is the question from the president of the New England Casino Dealer Academy: “Do they have any instructors who are qualified to teach?” I have the utmost confidence that community college administrators will hire the right people to teach this course of study.

Stuart Cleinman

Arlington

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