Letter by Charles H. Moore, A. and M. College for Colored Race, Greensboro, N.C. published in the Charlotte Observer, praising Gov. Aycock's funding of education for both black and white children. He quotes an editorial from Mr. H. A. London who proposes a constitutional amendment that would not only maintain state funding for the four-month school term, but would allow "each race to pay a special or extra tax on its own property and polls for its own schools." He also quotes Hon. W. T. Harris on the "negro's share" of taxes, direct and indirect, "spent in the South since the war", and Dr. J. L. M. Curry who thinks white property owners in the South shouldn't balk at paying to support "the common school for all", as "the coloring laboring class of the South...is in large measure the creator of the wealth of the country."