Education: Sex War

If jealousy and sex pride rankle in the hearts of U. S. schoolteachers of opposite sexes, they seldom find expression outside committee-rooms. On the surface, at least, men and women work together harmoniously in U.S. education as in U.S. business.

Not so in England. There the women schoolteachers, whose voice is heard most strongly in the National Union of Teachers, have been agitating for some years to obtain sex equality on the payroll. Last year the Board of Education adopted a scale granting women 83%...

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