But those imaginative heads who have surmounted the not-inconsiderable obstacles of prejudice towards and ignorance of classics and what it has to offer, and have decided to maintain or introduce some classics teaching in their schools will face a much bigger, not to say insurmountable hurdle - they won't have any money to pay their classicists' salaries.
The resources required to support or maintain a classical presence are trivial. It is urgent that they are provided before even worse damage is done.
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