"I'll take over from here and try to undo the damage-"
"Your father does not know how to teach. Sit down now."
"By the way, Scout, you'd better not say anything at school about our agreement."
"We'll go on reading every night just as we always have. - "
"and she said you taught me wrong, so we can't ever read any more, ever."
Pg. 23In this scene, she reads the alphabet out loud and Miss Caroline tells her to tell her father to stop teaching her because it'll interfere with her learning.
Pg. 23Scout doesn't understand and tells her that her Atticus didn't teach her anything but Miss Caroline doesn't believe her. So she tells her again to tell her father to stop teaching her.
Pg. 39 - 42Scout tells Atticus about what Miss Caroline said and is sad that she can't read with him anymore. He then tells her that they can come to a compromise and still read together, but without Miss Caroline knowing.