Education efforts aim to support both veterans and frequently transitioning military families, and resources are available at the K-12, higher education, and job-training levels.
Primary- and Secondary Education
Blue Star Families - Blue Star families provides a community of support and resources for military families, including discounts for local museums, a handbook for caregivers, and the "Books on Bases" program.
Military Child Education Coalition - MCEC supports military-connected children through research, advocacy, professional institutes, and conferences.
Department of Education, 8 Keys to Success - The Department of Education prioritizes veterans in discretionary grants and provides support and guidance for educational institutions in best practices for serving veterans and their families. For local higher education institutions with a commitment to serve veterans, see the 8 Keys to Success program.
GI Bill Users Guide - This guide breaks down the basics of eligibility, how to apply for, and where to use GI bill benefits.
Scholarships - The Pat Tillman Foundation, American Legion, and Veterans of Foreign Wars are just a few of the organizations offering scholarships to military families. The Department of Education maintains a larger list here.
Student Veterans of America - SVA advocates on behalf of veterans in higher education institutions, and provides peer support for veterans on college campuses
Veteran Benefits by State - Military.com organizes state-specific education benefits (these lists, however, are non-exhaustive).
On the Job Training - The GI bill can be used for apprenticeship programs, in place of higher education. Military.com provides a list of major companies who participate in the VA's apprenticeship program.
The National Council of State Legislatures offers information about veteran education in a recent webinar.