Education: Teacher on TV

There was nothing odd about the brown-eyed lady walking down the street of Evanston, Ill. one day last week—except that two little boys kept shrieking: "There she is! .There she is!" Adult passers-by could not help but stop and look. To most of them, Dr. Frances Horwich of Roosevelt College was probably unknown. But to the small fry of Chicago and its suburbs, Miss Frances is a celebrity.

Frances Horwich achieved celebrity only this month, when she took a leave of absence as chairman of Roosevelt's education department to become founder, principal and only teacher of something called the Ding Dong School....

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