Education: Voters

The school affairs of San Antonio, Tex. are turbulent. They are so turbulent that the Board of Education has had three presidents in 14 months. San Antonio teachers, whose pay was cut 38% in 1932, chafe under a six-hour-a-day grind in classes, monthly salaries of $75 to $160. One board president ordered teachers not to attend public dances or drink alcohol. School buildings are in disrepair. San Antonio high schools are in danger of being dropped from affiliation with the State Committee on Classified and Accredited Schools because of overcrowding. Last fall San Antonio's teachers threatened to strike, were dissuaded by...

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