Education: Quandary Resolved

Since their "please resign" telegram to Superintendent Willard Goslin three weeks ago (TIME, Nov. 27), the Pasadena board of education had received some vehement samples of Pasadena public opinion. While anti-Goslinites expressed their satisfaction, supporters of the able, widely known superintendent (he is a former president of the American Association of School Administrators), vociferously displeased, demanded reconsideration. The secretary of the board went hoarse handling incoming phone calls.

Last week, still unmoved, the board repeated its demand for Goslin's resignation, got it. Said Willard Goslin, who received a 16-month salary settlement of $23,250: he was grateful to all his friends in Pasadena...

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