Women veterans education has been and continues to be a crucial piece of the transitioning puzzle. The Post-9/11 GI Bill was the largest expansion of educational support to veterans in the history of the United States.
But even with this expansion women veterans are still in need of information to help them choose programs that suit them and to find the appropriate school. Each veteran is different and each woman vet deserves personal attention to their educational needs.
Support for Women Veterans Education
Career counseling and support for women veterans education needs to have easy to implement guidelines that can be used to enhance programs and services for women vets.
Resources for Women Veterans Education
Women Veterans Education Statistics
- The highest level of education for 23 percent of all women veterans is a high school diploma.
- In 2009, about 284,000 women veterans used their Montgomery GI Bill benefits through the end of the year.
- Women veterans have higher educational attainment in general than non-veterans.
Source: VA - America's Women Veterans