Education: For Veterans

Seven out of every too veterans will want some kind of education. That prediction was made last week by Utah's Senator Elbert Thomas at the 25th birthday party of Manhattan's New School for Social Research (TIME, Oct. 4). One problem : many veterans have already had some higher education but, unless special plans are made for them, will be unable to go on to a degree. The New School announced one kind of help: a senior college in which veterans, with underclass credits, can get A.B.s through evening courses.*

*Some 400,000 studious U.S. fighting men may seek postwar underclass credits for correspondence...

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