Opinion: How to Stop For-Profit Colleges From Preying on VeteransMarch 6, 2020 | :
by Wesley K. Clark, Carrie Wofford and Aaron Ament
Politicians love to talk about “supporting the troops,” but too often fail to follow through on promises after securing a round of positive headlines.
Just look at the obstacles faced by soldiers and veterans when they try to pursue college degrees. When it comes to higher education, service members and veterans face red tape and unnecessary roadblocks, while predatory colleges are rewarded.
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