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Update on the Five Types of State Authorization Regulations

Published by: WCET | 6/28/2015

Hello from Washington, DC and the NACUA (National Association of College and University Attorneys) Annual Conference. As part of my role on a state authorization panel, I was asked to give an overview of the Department of Education’s state authorization […]

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State Authorization Negotiated Rulemaking: What Happened? What’s Next?

Published by: WCET | 5/29/2014

The U.S Department of Education’s Negotiated Rulemaking process is designed to advise the Department on regulations that they are seeking to implement or change. Negotiators are chosen to represent the different constituencies that have an interest in the outcome. Thanks […]

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State Authorization – Changes Proposed to Regulatory Language at April Meeting

Published by: WCET | 4/27/2014

NOTE:  Since publishing this blog post, the Department released an updated document that includes proposed wording resulting from discussion at the April meeting. — Russ Members of the U.S. Department of Education’s Negotiated Rulemaking Committee proposed many options for the […]

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Proposed State Authorization Regulations (Second Set): Provide Your Feedback

Published by: WCET | 4/7/2014

April 7, 2014 Provide your input on some proposed federal regulations regarding state authorization and distance education. If you are concerned, inform the Department of Education. The U.S. Department of Education’s Negotiated Rulemaking Committee is discussing the possible return of […]

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SHEEO State Authorization Survey: Updates and Trends

Published by: WCET | 10/12/2012

Thank you to our guest bloggers Marianne Boeke of NCHEMS and Sharmila Basu Mann of SHEEO.  Both of their organizations share the same building as WCET, and we have enjoyed working together with them on the state authorization issue.  With […]

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Now is Not the Time to Relax (or Even to Panic)

Published by: WCET | 5/25/2011

Michael Goldstein and Greg Ferenbach represent Dow Lohnes, a Washington, DC firm with one of its specializations in higher education law.  They have been very helpful in interpreting the federal versions of the state authorization regulation.  After our post yesterday […]

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