To Kill a Mockingbird

How does Scout feel about second grade? Provide a specific example to show how she feels about it?

In chapter 7 in To kill a Mockingbird

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"The second grade was as bad as the first, only worse—they still flashed cards at you and wouldn’t let you read or write. Miss Caroline’s progress next door could be estimated by the frequency of laughter; however, the usual crew had flunked the first grade again, and were helpful in keeping order. The only thing good about the second grade was that this year I had to stay as late as Jem, and we usually walked home together at three o’clock."


To Kill a Mockingbird