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With a new Administration and a new Congress convening in January, it is important for NAICU members to join together to discuss current and emerging public policy questions.
Due to the earlier availability of the FAFSA, the Department of Education has moved up the release of its Pell payment and disbursement schedules for the 2017-18 award year.
The Department of Education released its teacher preparation regulations which maintain the flawed construct of rating programs based on federally defined criteria for the purposes of TEACH Grant eligibility.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is suspending the publication of graduation rates of veterans who received benefits under the Post-9/11 GI Bill as the rates were not accurate indicators of success.
The Department of Education announced $71 million in new and non-competing continuation grants under the Fulbright-Hays Act.
The overall student loan cohort default rate dropped from 11.8 percent to 11.3 percent.
The House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee held its second hearing in less than a year on college and university endowments.
NAICU joined the 5 other presidential higher education associations to jointly submit comments to the Department of Education on the proposed state authorization of distance education regulations.
Congress passed a continuing resolution two days before the end of the fiscal year in order to avoid a government shutdown.
The Internal Revenue Service has proposed changes to the Form 1098-T that will require separate tracking and reporting of information by colleges and universities.
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