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VA Secretary Reimburses U.S. for Wife’s Travel

VA Secretary Reimburses U.S. for Wife’s Travel

by Donovan Slack | February 16, 2018
WASHINGTON — Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said he regrets mistakes he and others [...] Read more

MOOCS Attract More Paying Customers

by Dian Schaffhauser | February 16, 2018
If anybody stays on top of the massive open online course segment, it’s Class Central, a [...] Read more

Program Matches ROTC Students, Veterans for Mentoring

by Genny Boots | February 16, 2018
TMichael Farnum, director of military outreach at Pacific Lutheran University, is playing match [...] Read more

Hire-a-Vet Provides Jobs for 300

| February 16, 2018
Employers participating in 2017’s Maine Hire-A-Vet Campaign hired 296 veterans and military f [...] Read more

Weighing GI Bill vs Vocational Rehab Benefits

by Benjamin Krause | February 16, 2018
This is the age-old question for disabled veterans, the GI Bill vs VA Vocational Rehabilitation [...] Read more

Program Helps Medics Become Nurses

by Lisa Kaczke | February 16, 2018
DULUTH — Military medics now have a path to more quickly become civilian nurses in Minnesota [...] Read more

Should Short-Term Programs Get Federal Aid?

by Henry Kronk | February 16, 2018
Last month, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos convened a Higher Education Summit. Attendees inclu [...] Read more
Council Seeks Resignation of Teacher Over Anti-Military Rant

Council Seeks Resignation of Teacher Over Anti-Military Rant

by Robert Jablon, Associated Press | February 15, 2018
PICO RIVERA, Calif. — City Council members in a Los Angeles suburb passed a resolution Februa [...] Read more


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