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Author(s):National Youth and Militarism Program
Title:GI bill: A reality check
Date:Not Dated
Short Description:Brief document which discusses how potential beneficiaries of veterans education programs may not receive the benefits they expect.
Annotation:This brief document discusses how potential beneficiaries of veterans education programs may not receive the benefits they expect. The publication presents statistics on potentially eligible individuals who have not received benefits from these programs. The authors then provide information on the barriers associated with obtaining veterans eduation benefits. A comparison of benefits versus college costs is also made. The article concludes by suggesting alternative methods of obtaining money for college and providing contact information for the GI rights hotline. *This document contains information some may consider biased. The IPCN does not endorse these views, but presents the information for consumers to evaluate as they choose.
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