Are The Schools That Get The Most GI Bill Money Spending The Least on Teaching?April 19, 2019 | :
by Joshua Axelrod
Some of the schools that receive the most Post-9/11 GI Bill money spend the least on teaching students, a new report suggests.
The study, conducted by the nonprofit group Veterans Education Success, analyzed more than 4,600 higher-education institutions and found that in 2017, 427 of those schools spent less than 30 percent of their gross tuition dollars on instruction, according to VES. That’s about $980 million in GI Bill money that went toward costs other than directly educating student veterans, VES estimates.
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