Will Hubbard, vice president for veterans and military policy for Veterans Education Success, a GI Bill advocacy group in Washington, D.C., told Military.com that the MIT and Howard situations are a bad combination of the VA’s mismanaged priorities in targeting prestigious institutions instead of rooting out bogus schools — and the schools themselves failing to adequately manage student veterans.

“They [VA] are just kind of aggressive in areas they shouldn’t be on these administrative errors; it’s a question of where VA is allocating its sources,” Hubbard said. “But these schools that accept GI Bill money but don’t allocate resources to managing that, they’re doing something wrong. It’s VA being overly aggressive coming into contact with a school’s mismanagement; both are wrong.”

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