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Ivy League Co-Education
"In order to remain attractive to prospective college men, some elite colleges started to admit women. Yale began in 1968, Princeton in 1969, and Dartmouth narrowly missed out on the 60s, finally admitting women in 1972. This wasn’t without opposition, and many alumni voiced their outrage." - "When Women Entered the Ivies" (WGBH)

'A Very Unwelcome Feeling': The First Women at Yale Look Back (Published 2019)

A new survey and book show that for organizations to diversify, it's not enough to let new people in. The institutions have to change, too. Yale students in an English literature class in 1970. Sixty-five percent of the first undergraduate women had a class in which they were the only woman, according to an unpublished survey.
Co-ed, progressive, college prep school in Washington, DC featuring a challenging curriculum in an inclusive environment for grades 6-12.