Education: Family Fight

Last week Associate Superintendent Stephen F. Bayne of New York City schools delivered to his chief, Superintendent Harold G. Campbell, a monumental report. It had taken Dr. Bayne and his Committee on Articulation & Integration four years to prepare. It embraced, he admitted, "radical changes'" de-signed to fit education to the individual pupil. Under Dr. Bayne's idyllic system, every pupil, smart or dull, would progress steadily through six years of grammar school, three of junior high, three of senior high. With him from grade to grade would go a complete case history. If...

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