2 "And remember this. A school is a most complex institution. Children and teachers, administrators and their minor officials, caretakers, cooks and medical officers, government inspectors, governors. And parents. All these grinding away, in and out of mesh. Is there any wonder then that sometimes there is a terrifying jarring of gears, or, worse still, that unforgettable coffin-thump of a big-end gone?"
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3 "It is nothing short of a miracle that modern methods of instruction have not yet strangled the holy curiosity of enquiry."
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