Education: For G. I. Jane

There has been much ado about the postwar schooling of G. I. Joes, but very little about the prospects for some 185,000 G. I. Janes. Many of them too are eligible for free training, under the G. I. Bill of Rights. Last week the New Jersey College for Women (Rutgers University) was well on its way with a program especially designed for Jane's plans and pocketbook.

Biggest innovation is the broadening of entrance requirements. They are based simply on 1) the applicant's seriousness of purpose, 2) the feasibility of the schedule she wants, 3)...

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