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New Left Review I/8, March-April 1961


Staurt Hall

The New Frontier

there is now considerable discontent brewing about education. It arises from many different quarters—among teachers and administrators (Cf. the recent controversy in The Observer between Mr. Amis and his colleagues and Dr. Petersen), academic authorities (Cf. the reports of several recent conferences), parents (Cf. the recent PEP pamphlet, Parents’ Views On Education, 3s. 6d.) and students (see Oxford Opinions below). Only the Labour Party remains sweetly oblivious.

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