Understanding the Cost and Quality of Military-Related Education Benefit Programs
Since the 1944 passage of the original GI Bill, the military has provided veterans with a collection of benefits to help them attend college. However, issues such as rising tuition costs; an increasing presence of low-quality, for-profit institutions that target veterans; and a potentially confusing array of benefit options could mitigate program impact. This report contextualizes these issues and formulates a research agenda to address them.
Subjects: Business, History, Technology
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