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ArticlesHow A Veterans School Provide Career Opportunities What is the difference between a veterans school and a non-veterans school?
A veterans school is an exclusive academic institution that provides education to veterans, otherwise known as those who have previously served in the US Armed Forces regardless of their rank, or whether or not they have been deployed and the time they have served in the military. A veterans school is also open to certain benefactors of these veterans that usually include their family members such as siblings and their children. Unlike a non-veterans school, not all types of students can apply in a veterans school, admissions are limited to the individuals mentioned above.
Who can apply as a veteran’s benefactor in a veterans school?
Depending on the veterans...
What Are Veterans Schools? Veterans schools are schools that accept the American Post-9/11 GI Bill, in a nutshell. Yet, it is not always easy to know exactly how to use the GI Bill’s benefits, who is eligible for benefits, and what colleges, universities and vocational schools accept them. It can also be problematic to discover exactly how much money and financial help the GI Bill will allow a person to have. Let us explore some of the concepts, and shed some light on veterans schools and the GI Bill.
What moneys are offered through the GI Bill for people to attend veterans schools?
Financial aid is available to those who want to attend veterans schools are a great asset for the person looking to pursue a higher education. Money offered does have stipulations, but is wide reaching. One...
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NewsInequality and Opportunity
Proposals by President Obama to expand early-childhood education and vocational training could have promise, but need to go beyond partisan talking points, an economist writes.