Army to Recruit High School Dropouts
Army recruiters now have a wider pool to find future soldiers in. The Army is reaching out to a slice of America’s youth long ineligible to serve: non-high school graduates who don’t have a General Equivalency Diploma. Recruiters can now go after that demographic through the “Army Educations Plus” option, the Army announced Tuesday.
The Army will pay for the cost of the GED. Of course, at the heart of the matter is the recruiters' failure to meet its goals:
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