Schools: A-plus for Little Rock

In Little Rock, Ark., once a source of worldwide racial embarrassment for the U.S., some 70 Negro students now peacefully attend integrated high schools. Last week one of them became the first of her race to be accepted by the Little Rock chapter of the National Honor Society, a 42-year-old organization that unites some of the brightest high school kids in the land and gives them the task of tutoring the others. She is Jacquelyn Faye Evans, 15, a junior at Little Rock's Hall High School. To win membership in the society, she had to be in the top...

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