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Basic cadets run on the U.S. Air Force Academy's terrazzo in Colorado Springs, Colo., July 12, 2017. Almost 1,200 young men and women are in the 2nd week of Basic Cadet Training, a six-week mental and physical training program. <br>Darcie Ibidapo/U.S. Air Force

What an Air Force Academy experiment teaches us about how to help all students shine

Lotteries are a fair way to choose squadrons, but their random nature has an added benefit for social scientists: It creates a near-perfect experiment for testing how students' peers affect their performance — a question nearly every parent, teacher and student has pondered.


Clark State expands tuition discount for military families

Clark State Community College will extend its 50 percent military tuition discount next year to members of the National Guard and U.S. Reserves, along with a smaller discount for military spouses.


DODEA Pacific East schools outperform national averages, accrediting agency says

Some Department of Defense Education Activity schools in the Pacific received high marks from a team of evaluators who toured the region last month.


From Navy missile tech to iSchool: Syracuse University helps veterans get degrees

The population of student-veterans and family members of veterans on campus has grown 94 percent in the last year, a spokeswoman for SU's part-time school University College said. SU enrolled 53 vets in 2009. That number is up to 1,041 this past semester.


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Georgia State University

Georgia State’s urban campus, located in downtown Atlanta, offers great opportunities to network with local, state, and national companies, and has easy access to multiple military installations.