“This groundbreaking legislation makes Maryland the first in the nation to stand up for veterans and stop predatory schools from cheating them out of their hard-earned GI Bill,” said Ramond Curtis, state policy manager for Veterans Education Success. “Veterans had targets on our backs when we served in uniform; we shouldn’t have to come home and have targets on our backs again from predatory schools.”

The group has pushed for a similar law in Oregon and wants Congress to count military benefits as federal funding.

Read the full story on Inside Higher Ed, “Maryland Closes 90-10 Loophole” published March 19, 2020.