DAY SCHOOLS VERSUS BOARDING SCHOOLS
[To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] SIR,—Having seen the great interest which has been aroused by the recent correspondence in your columns on the subject of schools, I am encouraged to ask whether your readers would give their opinions on the following subject : "Day Schools versus Boarding Schools."
In my own circle we still faithfully adhere to the Boarding School, but the system appears to have a very definite and a growing rival in the Day School. I feel sure it would interest many of your readers to hear further opinions: on this subject. Perhaps someone with experience of both methods could give