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GI Bill Pays for Unaccredited Sex, Bible and Massage Schools

But in the absence of strong government oversight, Reveal has found a gold rush of 2,000 schools cashing in on the exemption. The list includes schools set up to make a profit by teaching blackjack, scuba diving, dog grooming, taxidermy and yoga. Many are owned by individuals who’ve gone bankrupt or failed to pay their taxes. A handful are owned by convicted felons. The cost to taxpayers: more than $260 million from the time the new GI Bill took effect in 2009 until the end of 2014.