Eton Reinvents Itself

With its 566-year heritage and its renowned commitment to excellence and breeding, Eton College is changing its ways to prepare boys for success in a more democratic and globalized world. Despite the revisions the venerable academy is making to its lesson plans, readers complained that the school is still too exclusionary

I was disappointed by your article on Eton [June 26]. You stated that "the role of women is still peculiar" in the college. I call it outrageous! As you noted, Eton may be hiring more women teachers and naming its first female housemaster, but why doesn't the...

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