Veterans Education Success, a non-profit that helps service members further their education, says they’ve been raising concerns over the school for years. Sending letters to the VA and Georgia’s State Approving Agency in 2020.
“We would like for any of the policymakers and legislators to learn from the experience of the veterans at the school, to learn from the experience of the veterans at this kind of school, and strengthen those kinds of program approval requirements, so it’s not so easy for a school to suddenly gain access to millions of really hard-earned G.I. Bill benefits,” said Della Justice, the vice president of Legal Affairs with Veterans Education Success.
Justice says while a refund on G.I. Bill money isn’t typically available for victims of fraud, her organization is working to help veterans impacted by House of Prayer.
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