VA works to gather data about Post-9/11 GI bill

07/30/2013 | Military Times

The Post-9/11 GI Bill has helped about 1 million service members and their families, but the Department of Veterans Affairs hasn't gathered statistics about how many people have been able to gain degrees and find work as a result of the legislation. The VA is working to gather more data in case it needs to defend GI Bill benefits from budget cuts, says Robert Worley, director of the VA's education service.

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