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Stimson’s “The Army Goes to School” Report Cited in iSchoolGuide

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The United States military has formed a group that will take a closer look at the economic standards and public schools of communities hosting military installations.

“If host communities do not offer soldiers’ children a consistently high-quality education, they risk the economic challenges that result from losing support of a major employer,” according to the study, titled “The Army Goes to School: The Connection between K-12 Education Standards and the Military-Base Economy.”

Carla Coulson, the Army’s installation services director for the office of the assistant chief of staff for installation management, has been involved in examining the ties between the education standards and economic standing of communities hosting military installations.

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