XV-"Undercover Teacher" - George N. Allen - New York World Telegram and Sun

Pupils Would Profit By Isolating 'Toughs'

Byline: George N. Allen; 1958-12-01; New York World-Telegram and Sun; pages 1

Report: "Undercover Teacher" - George N. Allen - New York World Telegram & Sun

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I came away from my two months as a substitute teacher in Brooklyn's John marshall Junior High School with some strong conclusions. They are based on what I saw and heard and experienced as a duly licensed teacher of two classes of adjustment students and two classes of average students. My experiences paralleled those of many other new teachers who entered the school system this term.

Description:In the fifteenth and final article of his "Undercover Teacher" series for the New York World-Telegram and Sun, reporter George Allen offers suggestions on how to improve the working conditions of New York City's teachers, based on his two-month stint as a teacher at Brooklyn's John Marshall Junior High.

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New York World Telegram and Sun article titled, "Pupils Would Profit By Isolating 'Toughs.'" Written by George N. Allen as part of his "Undercover Teacher" series.