Report: Most GI Bill veterans make good on education benefits
from The Washington Post
A new report indicates that more than half of U.S. military veterans who used the GI Bill recently have earned a postsecondary degree or certification, suggesting educational benefits for former service members are paying off. The Student Veterans of America analysis, showed that nearly 52 percent of former troops who used the GI Bill completed their higher education programs, based on records from the Department of Veterans Affairs and the National Student Clearinghouse, which tracks postsecondary enrollment and graduation.
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