The move comes just a few months after the agency warned the schools they would be cut off from access to GI Bill benefits if they continued to use false data and predatory tactics aimed at luring people to enroll.

Tanya Ang, vice president of the group Veterans Education Success, says there’s little evidence the schools – including the University of Phoenix – have changed their ways.

“We have just heard recently from whistleblowers that some of the schools have not curbed their actions,” says Ang. “But have instead ramped up their marketing and advertising during the current national crisis with COVID.”

Read the full story by Public News Service, V.A. Green-lights Use of G.I. Bill Funds for Predatory Colleges” published July 10, 2020.