## The education of girls in the United States |

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Indeed, this statement holds good for the Universities also, where historical

studies claim the devotion of a large number of the ablest undergraduates, and

where, as in Johns Hopkins University, the number of

and ...

Indeed, this statement holds good for the Universities also, where historical

studies claim the devotion of a large number of the ablest undergraduates, and

where, as in Johns Hopkins University, the number of

**graduates**in the historyand ...

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... So much required work and so much elective, amounting to fourteen to sixteen

hours a week, is the rule. The proportion of students obtaining a degree is

unusually high. In 1891 there were 123

... So much required work and so much elective, amounting to fourteen to sixteen

hours a week, is the rule. The proportion of students obtaining a degree is

unusually high. In 1891 there were 123

**graduates**. Very few students do post-**graduate**...Halaman 130

It has laid itself out to give advanced instruction, and has thus a large number of

wranglers, and one who took a first class in the classical tripos. This fact gives ...

It has laid itself out to give advanced instruction, and has thus a large number of

**graduate**students, three of them being certificated students of Girton College, twowranglers, and one who took a first class in the classical tripos. This fact gives ...

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General Introduction | 1 |

Organization | 10 |

High Schools | 46 |

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