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Sollen, Robert H.
July 1953
New Republic;7/6/53, Vol. 128 Issue 27, p2
The article provides information Los Angeles, California-based schools. 13,867 persons in the Los Angeles school system from, superintendents to substitute teachers were given an opportunity recently to sound off anonymously about their school administration. The school personnel were generally favorable toward their immediate superiors, their choice of profession, the ability of their supervisors, personal freedom outside the classroom and opportunity for advancement. A little more than half were satisfied with work demands, working conditions and professional administrators. School authorities for the last three years have kept a record of tips and memoranda which link teachers with Communism or Communist association.


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