A story in the Spring 2010 Education Guide about the new GI Bill should have said the bill covers tuition based on the cost of the most expensive state school in a veteran’s home state, but the money can be used at any university nationwide. The story also incorrectly said that the bill provides $1,000 per month for housing and living expenses. In fact, it provides a housing stipend equal to the Basic Allowance for Housing that an E-5 with dependents would get for the school’s ZIP code.

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