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Rethinking State Authorization, Again

January 24, 2019

Inside Higher Ed The U.S. Department of Education is contemplating going back to the drawing board on complex rules governing authority to operate online programs in multiple states. By Lindsay McKenzie …

VA warns California in for-profit college dispute

January 22, 2019

Politico By Michael Stratford (; @mstratford) January 17, 2019 The Trump administration is threatening to punish California regulators over their decision to turn away a large for-profit college seeking state approval for …

Missed Deadline Stalls DeVos Agenda

October 4, 2018

Inside Higher Ed By Andrew Kreighbaum Education Secretary Betsy DeVos The U.S. Department of Education will blow a key deadline next month in its bid to overhaul two Obama-era student …

A Tipping Point for Accreditors

September 5, 2018

Inside Higher Ed By Andrew Kreighbaum Accreditors provide the stamp of approval for colleges and universities in the U.S. Without their recognition, those institutions can’t keep access to federal student aid. …

Education Dept. to Repeal ‘Gainful’ Rules

August 16, 2018

Inside Higher Ed By Andrew Kreighbaum The Department of Education plans to repeal the Obama administration’s gainful employment rule, it announced Friday. The rule sought to hold all career education and certificate …