A Letter From The Publisher: Sep. 27, 1963

SOON after schools open each fall, we are conscious that TIME is undergoing a special kind of examination. For we begin to hear from some of the thousands of teach ers in secondary schools and colleges throughout the U.S. and Canada who use the magazine as a regular part of classroom work. Teachers and stu dents read, discuss, dissect, argue, criticize, challenge—and think. In some instances, as in the case of a St. Louis high school's freshman honors course for pupils with an IQ of 125 to 145, TIME has been required reading. For those schools formally associated with our Education...

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