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Starting an Education Association
the foundation meeting of this Association was held in November 1960: by September of this year its local membership was over 150, and it had interested an additional 45 subscribers from other parts of the country. The climate of opinion here in Cambridge had much to do with the Association’s formation (addressing the County Council last February, the Chairman of the Education Committee spoke of the number of parents she had met recently who were anxious to see expansion in education), but the situation which finally precipitated it arose at a primary school where parental dissatisfaction had first been voiced four years earlier.
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