In the Trump era, here’s how colleges can help veterans

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By Catharine Bond Hill

While President Trump is moving to place those who have served in the military into senior positions in his administration, his potential policies on higher education could do significant harm to veterans who hope to earn their bachelor’s degrees after having served our country.

Much of the president’s higher-ed agenda remains unclear. But there is reason to believe that the increased scrutiny of for-profit colleges and universities put in place by the Obama administration will be rolled back.

This would be a mistake. Many in the for-profit sector have done a good job of recruiting veterans, but a very poor job of delivering on their promises. Our veterans deserve better.

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