The U.S. Senate has approved its spending bill, which contains a provision that seeks to block student veterans from using their GI Bill benefits on career programs that will not help them land a job. The Career Ready Student Veterans Act, which was attached to the continuing resolution to fund the government through April 28, would prohibit institutions from receiving GI Bill benefits if their programs do not meet the requirements needed for required licensing exams or certification in order to enter the chosen career field. For more on the GI Bill and military education benefits, visit the Military.com Education section.
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The list is included in a 61-page report to Congress delivered Wednesday.