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WASHINGTON – A recent federal review found a troubling trend: Veterans reported college advisers had led them to believe the government would cover the cost of their education, only to find out later that student loans would be necessary.

So the U.S. Department of Education is warning the nation’s colleges not to swindle American veterans, and it’s inviting vets who have been deceived to come forward with their experience.

The warning, issued Wednesday morning, marks one of the first public actions from a newly restarted enforcement unit within the Education Department. That office is meant to safeguard taxpayer money and ensure students get the education they pay for.  Continue reading here…

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