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A leading educational magazine adopts as its motto "No one ever said teaching was going to be easy," and emblazons it on mass-circulation posters with cartoons showing teachers in various stages of physical collapse.
The national secretary of the Moral Majority has repeatedly charged that the public schools are encouraging children to commit suicide.
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