Education Dive by Ben Unglesbee After failing once to undo Obama-era rules aimed at for-profits, the Ed Department has signaled it will try again. But a confusing regulatory landscape remains. Easy as undoing regulations might seem to government outsiders, they typically must go through the same process as writing new […]
Career Education Review The U.S. Department of Education has release the list of committee members. Here is the list. For additional information including the materials handed out visit the negotiated rulemaking page here.
Chronicle of Higher Education By Eric Kelderman In its latest move to unmake policies and regulations, many of them put in place under President Obama, the U.S. Department of Education announced on Monday a new round of rulemaking on more than a dozen topics, most notably accreditation. The department will consider issues […]
Ed Cooley Education models that challenge traditional delivery methods are attracting increased scrutiny from state regulators. Every state has laws governing entities offering education within its borders, but those laws – and how they are enforced – vary dramatically from state to state, as well as by the level and […]
IFAP DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION [Docket ID ED-2017-OPE-0090] Program Integrity: Gainful Employment AGENCY: Office of Postsecondary Education, Department of Education. ACTION: Announcement of applicable dates; request for comments. ———————————————————————– SUMMARY: On January 6 and January 19, 2017, the Department announced dates by which institutions subject to the Department’s gainful employment (GE) […]
US Department of Education Secretary DeVos Announces Regulatory Reset to Protect Students, Taxpayers, Higher Ed Institutions JUNE 14, 2017 Contact: Press Office, (202) 401-1576, email@example.com Negotiated rulemaking committees to convene on Borrower Defense to Repayment and Gainful Employment to improve regulations Currently approved BDR claims to be discharged this month, […]
Inside Higher Ed By Andrew Kreighbaum May 26, 2017 A group of California for-profit colleges filed a lawsuit in federal court this week seeking to block the implementation of borrower-defense rules finalized last fall. The regulations, which would go into effect July 1, expand on and clarify existing federal statute to spell […]
The Hill By Colin Hanna, opinion contributor – 03/15/17 12:43 PM EDT © Getty Despite an encouraging number of new jobs created last month — 235,000 new jobs added — the nation has a long way to go when it comes to getting more people back to work at good […]