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Last week was a busy week for those of us who are negotiators for the U.S. Department of Education's Negotiated Rulemaking Process. In this blog post, Russ Poulin tries to explain some of the biggest changes in language that are on the table and seek your input: [Read the rest of this article...]
Debate over the Education Department’s proposed "state authorization" rule officially ended on Wednesday, with negotiators divided over how far the federal government should go in its effort to compel state scrutiny of online programs. It’s unclear if the department will revise its proposed rule before May, when negotiators are set to vote on the measure. But the panel is not scheduled to revisit the rule at that session, which will focus on PLUS loans. Under the controversial draft rule, colleges would have to seek approval to operate in every state where they enroll students online. They could receive federal aid only for students residing in states where they were approved to operate. [Read the rest of this article...]
The US Department of Education's Negotiated Rulemaking Committee is winding down its work on state authorization. Tonight, the next draft of the Department's proposed regulations were released. This new blog post has some brief highlights, includes the language without track changes, and asks for your input: [Read the rest of this article...]
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