Bill Would Allow Aid for Noncollege OptionsMarch 13, 2018 | :
by Leo Shane III
WASHINGTON — Service members could use their military tuition assistance for training programs outside of traditional colleges and universities under legislation being introduced Monday in the House and Senate.
The plan, offered by a bipartisan group of lawmakers in each chamber, would allow eligible troops to use the money for licensing, credentialing and certification programs offered outside of institutions of higher education.
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