U. S. Military Students on Campus Jan Cook EDDC 840.
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“The United States has some 100,000 troops in Afghanistan and plans to bring most forces home by the end of 2014.” And, “President Barack Obama announced this summer that 10,000 troops will be redeployed by the end of the year. The surge of 33,000 troops Obama sent will be out by the end of September 2012, leaving about 68,000 troops” (Williams, 2011).
New Survival Rate 98%
20% Returning Veterans are Disabled
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Loss of limb
“Access to supplemental instructional materials, the inability to respond in a timely manner, and difficulties with group work due to access issues all create instructional challenges. Faculty may see students as a high maintenance population” (Brown, 2011, para. 5).
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Williams, C. (2011). The Detroit News. Retrieved on October 31, 2011, from
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Brown, P., Gross, C. (2011). Serving those who have served. The Journal of Continuing Higher Education. 59, 45-49. DOI: 10.1080/07377363.2011.544982 Retrieved from
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