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Author(s):SunMt
Title:Military money for college: Mainly a fantasy
Source:http://www.sunmt.org/militaryed.html
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Short Description:An article which asserts that there are many shortcomings with the military education benefits programs in terms of providing money for college.
Annotation:In this article, the authors assert that there are many shortcomings with the military education benefits programs in terms of providing money for college. The article presents statistics which indicate that few veterans receive the education benefits advertised by the military. Additionally, the amount of money the military spends on education is compared to other data. *This article presents views which may be considered biased. The IPCN does not endorse these views, but provides them to consumers to evaluate as they choose.
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