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06 Nov 2017

NEW: Troops to Teachers program reaches 700 Vets in first 6 months

06 Nov 2017

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (WVEC) -- From the battlefield to the classroom, the College of William & Mary School of Education launches a new program. It's aimed at helping vets become teachers while also addressing the state-wide teacher shortage. Since May, the William and Mary Troops to Teachers program has already met with more than 700 veterans, provided programs for 10 military bases, and collaborated with 17 teacher colleges and the Virginia Community College System working to encourage teaching as a second career.

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23 Oct 2017

NEW: 2018 Education Grant Notice for Troops to Teachers program

23 Oct 2017

The Defense Human Resource Activity (DHRA) and the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) announce a 2018 grant notice supporting the Troops to Teachers program.

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23 Oct 2017

New York's Mercy College Offers Graduate Scholarship Teaching Program to Veterans

23 Oct 2017

Mercy College received an award to provide twenty (20) veterans of the United States Armed Forces, who have strong math backgrounds, with a TUITION-FREE Master of Science Degree in Secondary Math Education leading to New York state certification, a credential recognized by many other states.

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03 Oct 2017

Former KC-10 Pilot, Airmen Leadership School Instructor Serve as Teachers

03 Oct 2017

By Tech. Sgt. James Hodgman, 60th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs / Published August 29, 2017 TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – He has grey hair, wears grey glasses and an inviting smile covers his face. In the Air Force he was an instructor pilot teaching Airmen how to fly aircraft valued at millions of dollars. His job now is focused on much younger Airmen. After serving more than three decades in the Air Force, Mark Kleinman retired as a lieutenant colonel in September 2012 and decided to become a teacher. His workplace is filled with children, many with big dreams of becoming an architect, astronaut or doctor.

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25 Sep 2017

From One Front Line to Another in the Field of Teaching

25 Sep 2017

As a swarm of students darted through the narrow hallways of Sunnyside High School in Sunnyside, Wash., math teacher and 20-year Navy veteran, Spencer Martin, kept watch from a classroom doorway. Amongst the shouts of hellos from students, came the voice of a senior that hadn't uttered a word to Martin since telling him, "I hate you," during her freshmen year.