Education: A Man's Game

How does the woman scholar do once she gets her Ph.D? Last week, in a special report on its own graduate program since Kate Eugenia Morris (A.B., Smith) first enrolled in 1879, Radcliffe College gave an answer that is none too flattering to the ladies.

As might be expected, said the report, (Graduate Education for Women; The Radcliffe Ph.D.; Harvard University; $3-5°), women in general lag behind men in taking advantage of their educational opportunities. While 55% of all male college students graduate, and 5.6% of these get doctorates, fewer than four out of...

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