“Millions of dollars have gone toward educating student veterans at ineligible, delinquent schools, due to inadequate oversight by state-based agencies in charge of approving school programs for GI Bill funds, a recent audit by the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General found.

Because of a lack of ‘effective controls to ensure the proper review, approval and monitoring of programs’ at these agencies and the VA, investigators write that the VA ‘could not provide reasonable assurance’ that students using the Post-9/11 GI Bill to pay for school received a quality education.”

Read the full story on Military Times, “Millions of GI Bill dollars are going to questionable schools — and it could soon be billions: VA watchdog” published on January 25, 2019.