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Big bands from around the Northwest played such hits as String of Pearls, Aint Misbehavin, and Lady be Good. When a well-known band hit Portland, young people flocked to the venues with dates and friends. By the mid 1950s and through the 60s, teen tastes were changing in a big way. Big bands gave way to rock and roll. Small groups of 4 to 5 musicians drawn from the school band began entertaining students and friends on the school grounds. Westmorelands John Fyre, a member of the Class of 1964, recalls the Sock Hops (so-called because you took off your shoes) that were held in the Cleveland School gymnasium. Most dances were comprised of live bands from other Portland schools and around town. The Kingsmen, a local band which had recorded what came to be a monstrous world-wide hit, despite the difficulty in deciphering the lyrics (or perhaps because of that) Louie Louie was one of the invited bands which performed at Cleveland. There was usually a Sock Hop on the weekend after a football or basketball game, and sometimes special dances were held by Cleveland social groups.
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The spending pledges also need to be seen in the context of the scale of the financial pressures. The chancellor is promising 216m to renovate schools - while the National Audit Office says that bringing schools up to standard would cost 6.7bn. The 320m announced to open new schools is against a projected 3bn funding shortfall for existing schools. But the government - balancing NHS and social care pressures - will repeat its line that school funding has been protected at a time when money is tight. Last month, grammar head teachers met education ministers to consider how new selective schools could operate . Options included admitting only the top 10% of the ability range, rather than 25% like most grammars, and making 150m available for short-term bids to create selective places in academies or expand existing grammars. Mrs May has promised to release detailed plans "in the coming weeks". 'Insufficient pledges' The general secretary of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, Dr Mary Bousted, said teachers and heads in existing state schools facing real-terms cuts would be dismayed to see the chancellor prioritising free schools and grammars. "These spending pledges are totally insufficient to tackle the schools funding crisis the government is inflicting on schools by forcing them to make over 3bn of savings by 2020," she said. Teaching groups and unions have warned that their budgets have not kept pace with rising costs.