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Terrance O'Neil, a former Staff Sgt. in the Marines,stands outside of his RV at a Trailer park aboard Camp Pendleton in Oceanside, Calif. on Dec. 2, 2014.  O'Neil was unexpectedly kicked out of Vitality College of Healing Arts and used his GI Bill money which was not refunded. (Sandy Huffaker for Reveal)
Terrance O'Neil, a former Staff Sgt. in the Marines,stands outside of his RV at a Trailer park aboard Camp Pendleton in Oceanside, Calif. on Dec. 2, 2014. O'Neil was unexpectedly kicked out of Vitality College of Healing Arts and used his GI Bill money which was not refunded. (Sandy Huffaker for Reveal)
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One of the benefits given to U.S. veterans is the opportunity to go to school with the GI Bill allowance.

While some veterans are using money use the money to attain degrees from state schools and other private universities, others look for degrees in sexuality, alternative theology schools, massage schools and other training programs. But a new report by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting found that 2,000 schools receiving taxpayer dollars are not accredited and often don’t lead to employment.

Here & Now’s Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with Aaron Glantz, reporter for Reveal, about how GI Bill allowances are being spent.

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This segment aired on July 15, 2015.

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