My Ideal School Wouldn't Be a School
by Patty Wirth — 1970
While the Record has seldom published pieces by thirteen-year olds, the editors felt an exception was warranted in this particular instance. Miss Wirth's ambivalence toward the school and "the system" is not uncharacteristic of the conflict experienced by so many of today's students; and our purpose in presenting her piece here is to underscore the warnings that the teaching process must be changed.
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