By Pat Elder - During the Second Battle of Fallujah in November 2004, 1st Lt. Jesse A. Grapes saved the lives of three wounded marines in his platoon by entering a burning house, where he encountered the enemy soldier who had been firing at his troops. Six years later Grapes was named headmaster of Benedictine College Preparatory, a Catholic military school in Richmond, Virginia. The June 2010 ...
Linchpin of Pentagon’s School-based Recruitment: Student Testing Program (ASVAB) Rife with Errors and Contradictions
Pat Elder - Student Privacy Compromised by Massive Program In late December, 2013 the Department of Defense released a database on the military’s controversial Student Testing Program in 11,700 high ...TagsWill Hopkins | Texas Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | Oregon Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | Opt Out | Opt Out | New York Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | New Hampshire Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | Nebraska Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | Military Entrance Processing Command | Kevin Haake | Don Chapin | Diane Wood | National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy | ASVAB-CEP | Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery | Pentagon | FERPA | Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act | Connecticut Coalition to Protect Students Privacy | ASVAB Database | USMEPCOM | ASVAB | Seth Kershner | Barbara Harris | asvab test | Pat Elder