On January 1, 2020, the New York Times ran a full-page editorial by the Editorial Board featuring Veterans Education Success’ work:

“Nevertheless, a 2018 report from Veterans Education Success, a nonprofit that provides legal help to veterans, found that, owing to inaction by the V.A. and its state agents, degree programs that did not qualify students for state licensure in their fields of study were still receiving G.I. Bill money.

The bipartisan Senate bill aimed at closing the 90/10 loophole stands a good chance of succeeding where similar bills, supported only by Democrats, have repeatedly failed. The Senate also ought to pass the Protect the G.I. Bill Act, which cleared the House by unanimous vote in November. Among other things, it would clamp down on deceptive recruiting and protect students from fake law schools that are not approved by the American Bar Association.

Servicemen and women — and the taxpayers who fund their educations — deserve at least that much.”

Read the full editorial here.