TITLE

Without Comment or Controversy: The G.I. Bill and Catholic Colleges

AUTHOR(S)
Edmondson, Elizabeth A.
PUB. DATE
December 2002
SOURCE
Church History;Dec2002, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p820
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the G.I. Bill, a legislation under which the U.S. government paid for several individuals to go to religious schools. Background on the voucher programs of religious schools; Effects of the bill on religious higher education; Factors which make the inclusion of Catholic colleges in the G.I. Bill interesting.
ACCESSION #
8663664

 

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