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K-12 and College Education

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Meeting education goals can pose unique challenges for military families.  Fortunately programs are available to help you plan, manage, and finance your family's education, including the Department of Defense Education Activity.  Use these resources, tools, and articles as you invest in your family's future.


Creating a College Fund By starting early and using smart saving strategies, you can stay ahead of the increasing costs of a college education. Learn how much to save, ways to save and invest and about savings accounts and tuition programs for your child’s education.

 Military Families in Transition (eTraining) If you are looking for money to pay for postsecondary education, check out the resources — federal grants and loans, military-friendly schools and scholarships — available to military students.

MyCAA The Department of Defense Spouse Education and Career Opportunities Program invites you to take 15 minutes to learn about funding your education and career goals. MyCAA-eligible military spouses -- those married to a service member on Title 10 orders in pay grades E1-E5, O1-O2 or W1-W2 -- can register for one of our brief webinars scheduled now through May 14, 2015.


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April 23, 2015
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