Charles Merrill

  • Negroes in the Private Schools

    A school involving itself in integration often skates so close to failure that it becomes overdependent on success, Charles Merrill has found in twenty-five years’ experience with racial problems in education. But he has found also compelling reasons for continuing inning and expanding the experience. A graduate of Deerfield Academy and Harvard, and a teacher since World War II, he is headmaster of Boston’s coeducational Commonwealth School.