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Court Upholds Free Tuition for Texas Vets

Court Upholds Free Tuition for Texas Vets

by Associated Press | June 29, 2016 A federal appeals court has upheld a much-watched Texas program that promises free college educ Read more
Therapy Dog Aids Vet, Spreads Cheer

Therapy Dog Aids Vet, Spreads Cheer

by Craig Handel |
The minute Laura Diachenko hands Jack's leash to Roger Wieland, they are off on their daily adv [...] Read more
Ohio Waives Vets’ Teaching License Fees

Ohio Waives Vets’ Teaching License Fees

by Associated Press |
The Ohio Department of Education has eliminated fees for teaching licenses for military veteran [...] Read more

Rescued Horses Will Help Veterans with PTSD

| June 21, 2016
After losing sight in his right eye from a 2013 rocket attack in Afghanistan, retired U.S. Army [...] Read more
Lawmakers Fight Over Free Tuition for National Guardsmen

Lawmakers Fight Over Free Tuition for National Guardsmen

by Tom Bell, Associated Press | March 30, 2016
AUGUSTA, Maine ― The Maine House is divided along party lines over how to fund a program that [...] Read more
U. of Southern Indiana Dental Students Provide Free Services to Veterans

U. of Southern Indiana Dental Students Provide Free Services to Veterans

by Megan Erbacher, Evansville Courier & Press | March 2, 2016
EVANSVILLE, Ind. ― Larry Gries joked that a few years ago, he was the University of Southern [...] Read more
State Lawmakers in 10 States Push Debt-free College Options

State Lawmakers in 10 States Push Debt-free College Options

by Julie Carr Smyth, Associated Press | December 7, 2015
  COLUMBUS, Ohio ― Lawmakers in 10 states launched a legislative push Monday intended to [...] Read more

Dr. Edith P. Mitchell Trying to Close Health Gaps Between Racial Groups

by Reginald Stuart | December 2, 2015
As a medical oncologist, focused on helping cancer patients, she is spreading the health care m [...] Read more

Veterans, Elected Officials Fight to Make Post-9/11 Benefits More Accessible

by Pearl Stewart | November 30, 2014
In recent months, some elected officials and veterans groups have expressed concern over added [...] Read more

Veterans Flocking to College as Wars Wind Down

by Kevin Freking, Associated Press | October 20, 2013
Many veterans face an array of challenges in making the transition to college life, but an incr [...] Read more

On 9/11 Anniversary, Lawmakers Seek Help on Veterans Education

by Charles Dervarics | September 11, 2013
Congressional hearing discusses best practices to support veterans and active duty military in [...] Read more
Widow’s Ohio Veteran Aid Program to Honor Husband

Widow’s Ohio Veteran Aid Program to Honor Husband

by Ken Gordon, The Columbus Dispatch | March 31, 2013
On clear nights, Jenna Grassbaugh likes to walk her dog and search for her husband. [...] Read more
Bills Would Allow In-State SC Tuition for Veterans

Bills Would Allow In-State SC Tuition for Veterans

by Seanna Adcox, Associated Press | March 27, 2013
Legislators want to make it easier for veterans to go to college in South Carolina by paying tu [...] Read more
Okla. Panel Approves 9/11 Veteran Education Aid

Okla. Panel Approves 9/11 Veteran Education Aid

by Associated Press | March 25, 2013
An Oklahoma House committee has cleared a proposal to pay tuition and fees for veterans who be [...] Read more

Military Veterans Face Challenge of Going from Combat to Campus

by Clarence V. Reynolds | March 20, 2013
The new GI Bill benefits will allow many veterans to enroll in college, but making the transiti [...] Read more
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