Sunday, December 9, 2007

"Veterans' Tuition Breaks Expand"

USA Today (10 JUL 2007)
The number of states offering a tuition break to recent veterans has more than tripled, from six to 19, since 9/11. Five states passed laws this year; several have proposals in the pipeline. Benefits range from a full ride for veterans in Illinois to a tuition freeze in Tennessee for Guard and Reserves mobilized for at least six months. They typically must attend a state school and meet residency and academic requirements.

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