Faces scrubbed, most of the nation's kids went back to school last week. The big & little red schoolhouses were again going to be crowded to the rafters.
The U.S. Office of Education predicted that college enrollment will set a new high of 2,750,000 students600,000 more than last year's record. Of them, about 1,325,000 will be ex-G.I.s, 10% more than the previous high last April.
Other news of U.S. education:
¶ Sailing for Europe this week aboard the Queen Mary: 52 U.S. undergraduates who will study abroadthe largest such group since the 1930s.
¶In New Britain, Conn., elementary and high schools closed half...