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New Left Review I/35, January-February 1966


Primary School


The classrooms are gloomy, plaster crumbles from the walls, the roof leaks—this is a Primary school in central London. Despite these conditions, a teacher derives satisfaction from the children’s absorption in learning in the stimulating atmosphere of an unstreamed class. A teacher for five years, 26, unmarried, and lives close to the Primary school where she has been teaching since 1962.

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