Education: Teachers' Paradise

In Berlin this week a school opened that was something to write home about. And a good many of its U.S. teachers did. Running from nursery to college age, the school was housed in a spic-&-span 35-room building in suburban Dahlem; it had fully equipped laboratories for physics, chemistry and biology; its textbooks were so new that many of them are not yet in use in U.S. schools; its teachers all had places to live. But it was not for Germans.

The dream school was one of 40-odd schools now being opened in the U.S....

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