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The Department of Justice is soliciting additional comments on the 2010 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding nondiscrimination on the basis of disability and accessibility of web information.
The Department of Education provided an unofficial preview of the forthcoming Borrower Defense to Repayment rule, which will be released on June 16.
A provision that would reinstate the year-round Pell Grant was included in the education funding bill approved by the Senate Appropriations Committee.
College and university leaders are being asked to eliminate unnecessary barriers for those with a criminal record.
The IRS has recognized that foreign students were being improperly denied income tax refunds for their income earned and reported on tax Form 1042-S. The IRS is now taking steps to resolve this issue for all affected students.
The Department of Education posted an announcement providing important information on the process for the calculation and release of Gainful Employment Debt-to-Earning rates.
The final rule on overtime pay was announced on May 17, and increases the amount employees can earn and be considered for an exemption from overtime pay to $47,476.
The U.S. Department of Education invited 44 postsecondary institutions across 23 states to participate in an experiment to allow high school students to use Pell Grants for college-credit courses.
Your Vote, Your Voice is set to launch at the end of May to help educate and register voters.
On May 9, Education Secretary John King issued a letter to colleges and universities urging them to reconsider questions about applicants' criminal histories.
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