Education: In Chicago

The Chicago Board of Education entered their high-ceilinged meeting room. President J. Lewis Coath, melancholy-looking, thin-lipped, sat down on his dias, his subordinates at their desks facing him. In their impassiveness they resembled Indians at a pow-wow with white men. Superintendent Wm. McAndrew, on trial for insubordination (TIME, Sept. 12 et seq.), looked at them with contempt. Another of his many intermittent hearings was about to commence.

But no testimony pertinent to the legal charge of Superintendent McAndrew's "insubordination" was offered. Frederick Franklin Schrader of Manhattan, onetime associate editor of the War-time...

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