Education: College Boards

A Latin master at Lawrenceville last week glanced over a paper, chuckled, went off to play golf. . . . Heat shimmered over a brick high school in Mobile, Ala. A proctor in academic gown looked bored, listened to the scratching of a couple of pens. . . . Perspiring Hill students finished a tennis match, trooped with a hundred others into a hall where they settled themselves noisily. ... In Paris a lonely student racked his brain, gazed vacantly from the Salle des Conferences in the...

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