Education: A Year of Latin

The organization of U. S. education continues. Last week, masters from 18 Eastern private schools sat down together at the Fessenden School (West Newton, near Boston) and determined that hereafter there should be some uniformity in the admission requirements that all their schools employ. They appointed a committee—Messrs. Osgood of Milton Academy, Christie of St. George's, Fessenden of Fessenden— to appoint examiners and prepare and distribute papers in entrance subjects common to all the schools. Entrance to these 18 schools will hereafter be similar to entrance to those colleges which exact...

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