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By the end of 1942…it was no longer necessary for many pupils to sit on the floor, but seating was frequently of a rudimentary character. Text books and other supplies were gradually arriving. Laboratory and shop equipment and facilities, however, were still lacking. No center had been able to obtain its full quota of teachers.

Report of the War Relocation Administration, quoted in Werner, Through the Eyes of Innocents, p. 88

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