Education: In Atlanta (cont.)

Teacher-members of the National Education Association, 6,000 strong, continued and concluded last week in Atlanta's municipal auditorium what they proudly called "the most important educational conference in our history."

Ethics. Formally but with great enthusiasm was adopted a teacher's code of ethics which has been five years in the making. Salient tenets:

The schoolroom is not the proper theatre for religious, political or personal propaganda.

The teacher should not tutor pupils in his class for pay.

The teacher should insist upon a salary scale suitable to his place in society.

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