Education: Report Card

¶The 36-man New York State Committee for the White House Conference on Education issued its report on what it thinks the state must do in the years to come. By 1960 New York can expect an addition of some 713,000 students in all schools and colleges to the present total of 3,394,000. It will need at least 25,000 new classrooms, 51,000 public-school teachers, 10,000 college teachers. ¶Warned Editor Jonathan W. Daniels of the Raleigh News and Observer at the University of Kentucky's annual education conference: "The most tragic proposal ever made in a presumably...

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