MSNBC Graphic Has Two Grammatical Errors… During Segment On Education

Alex Griswold Media Reporter

MSNBC’s graphics team really picked the wrong time to have two separate grammatical errors on its chyron: during an “Andrea Mitchell Reports” segment on education in the United States.

The error was first caught by Democratic communications director Josh Zembik. “America School’s Improving For 3rd Year In A Row,” read the chyron.

Here’s another image of the same chyron, which went uncorrected throughout the five-minute segment.


For the grammatically challenged, that should read “America‘s/American Schools“. Maybe “America Schools” would have been acceptable depending on space limitations… but come on, it’s only one extra letter.

[h/t Twitchy]