Sunday, November 18, 2007

"From Combat to Campus on the G.I. Bill"

The New York Times (16 Jan 2005)
In a time of intensified recruiting, soaring tuitions and unprecedented emphasis on higher education, you might assume that money for college is one of the military's biggest draws. Yet to the dismay of officials in charge of veterans' affairs, a third of veterans never take advantage of their education benefits -- although they have paid out money for the purpose of receiving them.

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