Education: Report Card

¶Things may have been tough in 1954, said the National Education Association last week, but they will be tougher in 1955. There will be more than 30 million pupils in the nation's public schools—1,125,000 more than in the last school year. ¶ After questioning 591 college students in the Madras area, the New Delhi Eastern Economist found just how topsyturvy student social life has become. As a result of a growing movement against them, 55% of the Brahmans questioned said they now feel discriminated against, while only a third of the lower castes felt the same. Most common complaint among the...

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