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//MAE 2013 Volume 8 Issue 10 (December)

In this issue of MAE


MAE Volume 8, Issue 10

In This Issue

A Marriage Made in Heaven

A Marriage Made in Heaven

Being a military spouse is one of the toughest jobs in the service. When the servicemember is deployed or assigned to temporary duty, the spouse may have no other support, ...

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Complete Florida

Complete Florida

With 37 million adults in the United States ages 25 to 64 having some college but no degree or credential, degree completion provides a second chance for them to get their ...

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Counting Credits

Counting Credits

Faced with high college costs and shaky student loan rates, consumers are becoming increasingly conscious of the price tag of each class and look to save money wherever pos...

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New Year, New Improvements

New Year, New Improvements

Hidden amid the rather tumultuous start of the new fiscal year is the fact that the GI Bill education benefit actually made a few improvements. These updates can be categor...

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Q&A: Carol A. Berry, Ed.D.

Q&A: Carol A. Berry, Ed.D.

Exclusive cover Q&A with Carol A. Berry, Ed.D., Director, DANTES.

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To Serve and Protect

To Serve and Protect

Military servicemembers already have what it takes to serve and protect others. And with the right degree and additional training, they can pursue criminal justice-related ...

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University Corner: Central Texas College

University Corner: Central Texas College

An interview with Jim Yeonopolus, President, Continental and International Campus Operations, Central Texas College...

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