Accept Military CreditsMay 25, 2017 | :
by The Denver Post Editorial Board
Coloradans should take heart that a bill moving through the legislature would make it easier for veterans to translate military training into college credit. As parents and educators of traditional college students know all too well, sometimes even small roadblocks can get in the way of graduation, and the status quo for veterans contains more than a few.
Joining a classroom full of recent high school graduates after combat duty in some of the world’s most dangerous places carries plenty of challenges.
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Cleveland State University
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