Military educates high school dropouts

08/12/2007 | USA Today

A new Army program has in two years helped more than 13,000 recruits earn GEDs so they can remain eligible for the military even if they drop out of high school. The three-week GED course includes physical training, nine hours of classes and evening study halls.

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