Harvard and Princeton say they are restoring their undergraduate early admissions programs, the Associated Press reports. Harvard dropped its early admissions program four years ago, saying it wasn’t easy for disadvantaged students to access and contributed to high school student anxiety. Princeton followed suit, hoping other schools would join in, but the idea didn’t catch on. The two schools announced Thursday that they will restore their respective programs. Both also say students accepted early will have until the regular spring deadline to decide whether to attend…

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