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The Department of Education provided clarity on two issues related to differentiated accreditation.
On April 22, NAICU submitted comments to the Department of Education on the supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking regarding teacher preparation.
The Department of Education is soliciting public comment on a draft letter it intends to send to all federally recognized accrediting agencies clarifying terminology used by accreditors.
The Department of Education signaled its renewed effort to move forward on the controversial teacher preparation regulations that were proposed in 2014. The proposed regulations clarify state reporting responsibilities as well as TEACH Grant eligibility.
The NLRB ruled that Columbia College Chicago violated federal labor law when it did not negotiate with its adjunct faculty union before reducing the credit hours assigned to several courses.
The Jandris Center at the University of Minnesota is offering $2,500 awards for research focusing on innovation, leadership, and change in the small, private college sector.
The negotiators on borrower defenses failed to reach consensus on proposed regulations during the final negotiated rule-making sessions. The Department of Education is now free to write a Notice of Proposed Rule-Making as it sees fit.
The U.S. Department of Labor sent its final rule on overtime pay to the White House Office of Management and Budget for review and approval. There is currently no information on the content of the final rule, or when it will go into effect.
The American Council on Education recently updated its memorandum on political campaign activities to presidents, providing compliance guidelines for 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt institutions.
On March 15, the U. S. Senate confirmed John King as the next Secretary of Education.
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