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Educational Support for Military Children

Representative Chet Edwards of Texas state met and the three young children of fallen Marine Gunnery Sgt. John David Fry during the tearful Veteran Day ceremony at Waco last year but Edward was very much concern about the family condition especially toward the children welfare and educational setting due the mere fact that there father are not longer there to support them. With that, Edward realize that there was something else that he can be done in order to support the family of Fry and to the other military heroes and that can be done through supporting the educational learning of their children especially upon foregoing a college education. With the major benefit increase of GI, Edwards inserted some provision for the supplemental appropriations bill for the House and Senate that been approve for the last past week. Since, the president is expecting to sign it as soon as possible in order for the children who have lost their parent soldiers be provided a full support of assurance that they can finish their college education or any career building course program.

Those military family especially wife and children who have lost their father and husband in the line of the battle eases up their pain when they know that they government especially the military department will provide continual assistance or support particularly towards the educational condition of the young children who have been left behind and to job employment to the wives who have left behind taking care of their children. Although, the lost of a family member is not easy to handle but still with the different support both emotional and to some practical things, it eases up the pain of separation of lost. The bill in regards of providing educational support towards the military children receives positive and overwhelming results from the different government officials especially in Texas State for its approval.

Representative Edwards stated that under this bill, children with the fallen military parents would entirely qualify immediately for GI bill educational benefit or considered as one of the student financial aid that includes the tuition and fees of the maximum of in state costs at this public institution in the state with the monthly housing allowance and $1,000 annual for the books and its educational supplies. Edward realize that no one suffered most but those military children who have lost their military parents in the battle and for that military children must be provided ultimate support especially educational learning in order to overcome their condition.

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