Education: Report Card

¶New York's State Board of Regents ruled that the Communist Party is subversive, thereby disqualifying Communists from employment by the New York public school system under the provisions of the Feinberg law. The Feinberg law, passed in 1949 and upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1952, makes membership in subversive organizations a disqualification for service with the school system. Said the board: "We arise . . . convinced that force and violence are a sine qua non of the Communist faith." ¶Denver University's Community College announced a family tuition rate: additional members of the same family may enroll in courses...

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