Education: Battlefield Communiqu

Though National Guardsmen have not been needed to quell their disorders, in the past three years U.S. high schools have become far more frequently troubled than college campuses ever were. Almost two-thirds of the nation's high schools—expensive new suburban complexes as well as the blackboard jungles of inner cities—have suffered disruptions. The incidents range from peaceful sit-ins protesting censorship of the student paper to savage riots between blacks and whites. Last week a fresh report from one of the worst battlefields, New York City, suggested...

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