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Sixty-five years after FDR signed the G.I. Bill that opened college doors to the “Greatest Generation,” a new Post-9/11 G.I. Bill takes effect this month for Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. Join Kojo as he explores who will benefit from the new education program and how college campuses are preparing for an influx of service men and women.
- Senator Jim Webb U.S. Senator (D-Va.)
- Patrick Campbell Chief Legislative Counsel, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
- Jim Selbe Assistant vice president,American Council on Education
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