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Letter to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta Regarding the Military Tuition Assistance Program

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Letter to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta Regarding the Military Tuition Assistance Program

November 21, 2011

Letter to Defense Sec. Leon Panetta, requesting that the department withdraw the new memorandum of understanding for the Military Tuition Assistance Program and reopen a discussion about ways to modify the document to better serve its intended purposes. 

ACE and the groups signing the letter are concerned that a significant number of institutions, many of whom heavily contribute to DoD’s research agenda, will be unable to sign the MOU as it is currently written, despite their strong desire to do so and their ongoing commitment to educating Service members.​

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