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How to get the most out of your veteran education benefits
Getting a degree doesn’t have to break the bank.
Stackable degree programs are perfect for military veterans
On average, a member of the military takes seven years to earn an associate’s degree; between training, field exercises, deployments, and … Continued
Marine captain to elite university: Pay my tuition
It's a bold strategy, Cotton.
Going back to school on the GI Bill? Learn from those who did it the hard way
If you’re an active-duty member of the military with some spare time for education or a recently-transitioned vet, chances are you’re looking to spend that sweet Post-9/11 GI Bill money...
A San Diego man bilked $30 million out of the VA using ‘fake students’ in one of the largest GI Bill fraud cases ever
The owner of a technical training school in San Diego is going to prison for being, well, shady as all hell.
Don’t let your GI Bill go to waste
As a service member, you know that you qualify for GI Bill benefits that help pay for up to 36 months of higher education. But here’s something you may not...
Here’s how military spouses can finish their education while on the move
There are a million ways that military life can hold you back from a meaningful career while your spouse is … Continued
University of Phoenix to pay $191 million for lying to troops about its close ties with major companies
The university had falsely advertised that it had a relationships with AT&T Inc, Yahoo!, Microsoft Corp and Twitter Inc which could lead to jobs for students.
The Pentagon is delaying a change to its GI Bill benefit transfer policy that would have screwed its longest-serving troops
The change would have prevented soldiers and other service members with more than 16 years of service from transferring their Post-9/11 G.I. Bill benefits to eligible family members
More Than Half Of Wounded, Sick, And Injured Post-9/11 Veterans Are Rated Obese
Editor’s Note: This article by Richard Sisk originally appeared on Military.com, a leading source of news for the military and veteran community. A new … Continued
The VA May Blow $2.3 Billion In GI Bill Funds On Schools That Don’t Deserve It, IG Says
Editor’s Note: This article by Richard Sisk originally appeared on Military.com, a leading source of news for the military and veteran community. The VA … Continued
Lawmakers And Veterans To The VA: Shut Up And Pay Up
The VA has a message for veterans: We will absolutely make you whole again. “Each and every post-9/11 GI Bill … Continued
GI Bill Benefits Delayed For Thousands Due To Glitch VA Knew About Months Ago
Thousands of veterans attending college thanks to the GI Bill have had their housing allowances delayed or go missing altogether, … Continued
Is VA Doing Enough To Implement The New ‘Forever’ GI Bill?
WASHINGTON — The Department of Veterans Affairs will hire 200 temporary workers and shell out $70 million to implement a … Continued
Beware: Military Dependents Can Be Forced To Repay Their Parents’ GI Bill
In 2012, Sgt. Desmond Watson’s daughter Jordan Bigbee turned 17, and he transferred his Post-9/11 GI Bill to her in … Continued
To Protect Veterans, Keep The VA Ban On Employees Working With For-Profit Colleges
On Sept. 14, the Department of Veterans Affairs quietly announced that it will waive a common-sense ethics law for all … Continued
VA About To Scrap Ethics Law That Helps Safeguards Veterans From Predatory For-Profit Colleges
An ethics law that prohibits Department of Veterans Affairs employees from receiving money or owning a stake in for-profit colleges … Continued
White House Seeks To Legalize Payoffs To VA Officials By For-Profit Schools
UPDATE: Details added about conflict of interest rules that would remain in place despite the proposed blanket waiver. The Trump … Continued
Senate Finally Passes New ‘Forever’ GI Bill, Sends It On To Trump
At the eleventh hour before it recessed for the summer, the Senate finally got around to some real business: passing … Continued
House Unanimously Passes Large GI Bill Expansion 9 Days After It Was Introduced
House lawmakers on Monday unanimously passed a host of changes to veterans’ education benefits that aim to boost aid, expand … Continued
A New Lifetime GI Bill Is Likely To Become Law. Here’s How It Will Impact Vets
No more “Post-9/11,” no more “Montgomery” (for those who remember it, anyway): A bipartisan slate of senators and congressmen, assisted … Continued
A Law Against ‘Double Dipping’ Is Forcing Disabled Vets To Pay Back Separation Benefits
The White House, Department of Veteran Affairs, and members of Congress are moving fast on veterans issues in 2017. They’re … Continued
Exclusive: Congress Is Quietly Trying To Pass A ‘GI Bill 3.0’ By Memorial Day
In the past few weeks, congressional staffers and advocates from some of the largest veterans service organizations have quietly begun … Continued
4 Facts About Student Veterans That Might Surprise You (But Shouldn’t)
We took Fallujah. We know more than a decade of war. Why then do so many articles bemoan the challenges … Continued
How Veterans Set The Precedent For America’s Greatest Protests
They arrived in groups, many of them arm in arm with the brothers they'd served with on the front lines … Continued