Education: Glimpse into Another World

When she first heard about the scheme, a lady magistrate in the sleepy little (pop. 180) village of Spennithorne, England became so agitated that she was moved to sound off one day on a public bus. The Rev. Joseph N. Jory, it seemed, was about to bring some inmates from Her Majesty's Borstal Institution at Hatfield (one of the 18 Borstal reformatories in England and Wales) to his Spennithorne boys' camp. He was also bringing along some Oxford students to live with them. The lady magistrate did not mind the Oxonians, but the idea of having a gang of wild delinquents...

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