Education: Bright Bunny

In all the U. S. there is room for only one or two persons with an intelligence quotient above 200. Odds against such phenomena psychologists estimate at 100,000,000-to-1. Last week professional jealousy brought out the full story of a Brooklyn, N. Y. youngster with the staggering I. Q. of 230.

For months Mrs. Julie Neumann, director of Brooklyn's Ethical Culture School, had been bursting with a great secret. Last fortnight when she read of "K," the prodigy with an I. Q. of 196 discovered by the College of the City of New York...

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