Education: Undercover Teacher

With sure instinct for a good story, the editors of the New York World-Telegram and Sun last winter handed Reporter George N. Allen a fat assignment: get the inside dope on one of New York City's problem schools by masquerading as a teacher. Last week, after two months of teaching, Allen began his series. His school: Brooklyn's John Marshall Junior High, which became the city's most publicized last winter, after a month of hoodlum invasions, assaults and an alleged knife-point rape in a school basement ended in the suicide of Principal George Goldfarb (TIME, Feb. 10).

Reporter Allen's story is a shocker....

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