The article about Kwasi Geiggar ("The Last Hope," Nov. 16) was uplifting. Few people would make such an effort for the education of ghetto children. Geiggar is no faceless bureaucrat of a social worker. He is a dedicated professional working under trying and discouraging conditions.
Other social workers devote themselves to trying but worthy causes, too. Why was Geiggar identified in the headline as a counselor? Why were we not told until the bottom of column 14--in a 15-column article--that he is a social worker? Geiggar deserves to have his occupation identified in the headline.
ANNE M. WISE
Licensed Clinical Social Workers