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In both places, coeducation is the norm—and the gender gap in math and science scores is small to nonexistent.
Ever the innovator, Kemeny served as president of Dartmouth, 1970-81, introducing coeducation to the school in 1972 after more than two centuries of all-male enrollment.
Attorney Richard J. Buturla said DKE tried to comply with Wesleyan's request despite its opposition to the coeducation mandate.
Wesleyan believes very strongly in the principle of coeducation.
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