Education: In Chicago

In Chicago

A brewer brewing a brew, a baker baking a cake, a woman having a gown made, a huntsman buying a horn—all these and many another involved in an operation where it is the result that counts, perform one act in common. They sip the brew, taste the batter, try on the gown, wind the horn. So, thought Chicago's school superintendent, William McAndrew, should those supporting public education be permitted to ladle out a sample of the educational pot and try it to see if the contents have taste, body, zest, quality....

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