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Military Service Members and Veterans in Higher Education: What the New GI Bill May Mean for Postsecondary Institutions

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Military Service Members and Veterans in Higher Education: What the New GI Bill May Mean for Postsecondary Institutions

September 01, 2009

​College campuses are seeing an influx of military service members seeking an undergraduate education. Given this trend, it is useful to review what we know about veterans in general as well as veterans and military service members who were recently enrolled in higher education.​​

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