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Tallahassee College Brings Troops-to-Teachers Back to Florida

by Fletcher Keel | June 22, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — Tallahassee Community College and the Florida Department of Ed [...] Read more

Bringing Service to the Classroom

by Charlie Lapastora | June 22, 2018
PHOENIX –  Frank Contreras, a 12-year Army veteran who retired as a sergeant, ran a team of [...] Read more

Student’s Diploma Yanked over Military Cord

by WRAL | June 22, 2018
BLADEN COUNTY. — A North Carolina mother said her son’s diploma was taken away from him aft [...] Read more

Study: Veterans 2x as Likely to Commit Suicide as Others

by Benjamin Krause | June 22, 2018
A new Veterans Affairs report with updated statistics on veteran suicide shows veteran suicide [...] Read more

Higher Ed Reforms Stalled in House

by Jessica R. Towhey | June 22, 2018
A bill from the U.S. House education committee is a good start on tackling student loan debt, s [...] Read more

Soldiers Eligible for Tuition Aid Right After Advanced Training

by David Vergun | June 22, 2018
WASHINGTON – Soldiers will no longer have to wait one year after completing their Advanced In [...] Read more

Thousands Attend Mega Career Fair at Fort Hood

by David A. Bryant | June 22, 2018
Every room at Fort Hood’s Club Hood was filled to capacity Tuesday. Thousands of soldiers, ai [...] Read more

Slippery Rock Gets More Funding for Troops-to-Teachers

by Kayla Molczan | June 21, 2018
A program to help veterans become teachers in one year at Slippery Rock University has received [...] Read more

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