HOPE Is Just a CLICK Away

Edler, Melissa
October 2006
PN;Oct2006, Vol. 60 Issue 10, p29
Trade Publication
The article reports on programs designed to help disabled veterans in the United States earn academic degrees. One example of such programs is the partnership between the Louis Stokes Department of Veterans Affairs and Kent State University under which veterans are provided online access to college degrees. Other technology-based academic programs for veterans are discussed in the article.


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