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ACE Receives Military Educators Award

February 24, 2011

 

​ACE received the 2011 Council of College and Military Educators Corporate Award last week in recognition of contributions made to the advancement of military education.

CCME was founded in 1973 to promote and deliver quality education to service members and their families in all branches of the armed services. The award was presented Feb. 17 during CCME’s 2011 Annual Symposium.

ACE’s Military Programs provide a link between the U. S. Department of Defense and higher education by translating military training and experiences into college credit for members of the armed forces. The department also works on veterans’ education issues, including the Post-9/11 GI Bill.

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