Education: Makeshift Teachers

"There are so many candidates [for teaching positions] that there is danger of losing much of the ground gained during and since the War in making salaries more nearly match the work done," warned Dean Arthur Herbert Wilde of Boston University's school of education last week. "Teachers now in service need to advise very carefully all their younger friends who are looking toward teaching. Unless they have strong purpose and scholarship and attractive personality, these young people should be turned away from the teaching profession." Every teacher, man or woman, must come to regard teaching as a permanent occupation, not...

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