The Department of Defense Education Activity plans to increase average class sizes in its middle and high schools next year and expects to shed about 300 "excess" jobs at the end of the school year. The change in staffing standards — the first in about 10 years — is necessary to free up more funds for school needs from a budget top-heavy with payroll expenses, DODEA said. For more details, see this Military.com article.
Military Report: The Hot List
Most Popular Benefits Articles
Will you still get your housing allowance if classes are only offered online?
Customs forms must now be completed online.
Although help is available, beginning an agricultural career can be daunting. This group can help you pull it all together.
Now it's easier to do that last-minute gift shopping.
The plan, for active duty and reserve dependents, is giving policyholders a break