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Colorado’s New Law Allows Military Experience to Count for College Credits 

by Hari Sreenivasan | October 25, 2018
Despite years leading troops and managing equipment on the front lines, soldiers returning to s [...] Read more

Alumni of Shuttered Military Academy in Missouri Acquire School Memorabilia, Open Museum

by Tess Vrbin | October 23, 2018
Despite the drizzle and the chill in the air, Lexington’s Main Street was packed at the 12th [...] Read more

Robot Teaches Course at West Point

by Khorri Atkinson | October 19, 2018
Bina48, the first-ever robot to complete a college course, finished another mission today: It b [...] Read more

Filmmaker Opens R.I. Education Center for Vets

by Associated Press | October 18, 2018
PROVIDENCE, R.I.  – A filmmaker who shares the stories of World War II veterans is openi [...] Read more

DeVos Bows to Court on For-Profits Fraud Rule

by Maria Danilova, Associated Press | October 16, 2018
WASHINGTON — The Education Department says it will no longer try to delay an Obama-era regula [...] Read more

5 Ways MOOC-Based Degrees Are Different

by Dhawal Shah | October 12, 2018
Online degrees are nothing new. Since the late 1990’s, a steady stream of online degree progr [...] Read more

Military Recruits Soldiers for War That Started Before They Were Born

by Vera Bergengruen | October 11, 2018
Today, for the first time in history, a young American can enlist to fight in a US war that sta [...] Read more

Students Struggle as Glitch Holds Up GI Bill Payments

by Phil McCausland | October 09, 2018
If Jane Wiley and her husband, Ryan Wiley, both discharged from the Marines, don’t receive th [...] Read more