Byline: George N. Allen; 1958-11-22; New York World-Telegram and Sun; pages 1
At the beginning of the school term I had to copy and recopy the registers of my various classes so many times that I once got writer's cramp. It seemed to me that in this age of modern office machinery, the school system's methods of handling its clerical work is far out of date - and wasteful.
Description:In the ninth article, part of George Allen's "Undercover Teacher" series for the New York World-Telegram and Sun, he writes about all the busy work and classroom interruptions that get in the way of his lessons on a daily basis.
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