Some Politicians Fear Changes in G.I. Bill Will Overwhelm SystemJuly 10, 2018 | :
by Max Filby
Upcoming changes to the GI Bill could help more veterans get a college degree but some politicians fear the alterations may cause more problems for the troubled Department of Veteran Affairs.
The GI Bill is a benefits program that started after World War II and helps veterans cover the cost of getting a college education or job training. Last year, congress passed a law making several alterations to the GI Bill including a few that went into effect immediately and several more that take effect Aug. 1.
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Volunteer State Community College
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Massasoit Community College
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South Orange County Community College District
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Bunker Hill Community College