Education: No Slice for Teachers

When pedagogs from all over the land gathered last week at Columbia University for a conference such as Teachers College is forever holding, they were nearly unanimous about one thing. On the U. S. platter are three billions for public works. How about a slice for Education? Dean William Fletcher Russell asked for "a fair share," at once, in any form. Professor George Drayton Strayer asked for a billion. Six State Commissioners of Education gloomily chorused about retrenchments, pay cuts and shut-down schools in Alabama, Missouri, Tennessee, Washington, Massachusetts and Maine....

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