Education: Without a Glove

In New York City, 1,000 teachers in the past school year have left because they didn't get paid enough. A group called the New York City Teachers' Interest Committee polled 3,500 of the teachers who stayed on the job, discovered that three-fourths of the men and one-fourth of the women were doing sideline work to get along. Last week, at a meeting of the Teachers' Interest Committee, war veteran Philip Lynch, 33, who is a junior high school teacher of the social sciences, explained why he had taken an after-hours job. Said he:

"Maybe some of you people can make ends meet....

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