Education: High Schools, Air-Conditioned

A little green glossary to teach parents what their children are talking about was issued last week by New York City's school superintendent. For not only in New York but all over the land school children are speaking a strange new language, fazing their elders with terms like wobble pump, advection, burble, troposphere, chandelle, nacelle. A fourth R, preflight training, is now a part of many curricula. Its purpose is to condition school children to take to the air almost as soon as they leave the classroom. Less purposefully, but just as certainly,...

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