Education: Undercover Uproar

When English Teacher George N. Allen quit his job at Brooklyn's slum-sick John Marshall Junior High School and unmasked himself as a crusading New York World Telegram & Sun reporter (TIME, Nov. 24), he sweetened his exposé with the promise that the $490 he had earned teaching would be turned over to a teachers' retirement fund. But the New York City Board of Education refused to act like a grateful teacher. Last week, while Allen continued to churn out his lively eyewitnesser under such headlines as "HEY, TEACH . . ." is SIGNAL FOR...

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