Education: Easier Princeton

When Princeton University opened last autumn, its matriculants were the largest in number, the ablest in mind ever accepted. Princeton could very well maintain its standards as they are and still keep its classes up to the prescribed limit. But liberalism is increasing in the secondary schools; work is being done which does not fit in with ordinary college entrance requirements. Last week the Princeton board of trustees directed that the admission requirements for Princeton be revised. Henceforth, instead of being obliged to present 15 units of credit (each representing one...

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