<![CDATA[The Department of Education, seemed to respond to the heavy pressure from for-profit colleges and intelligent politicians (isn't that an oxymoron), is softening the plan to require the colleges to seek federal approval of new programs. This change is one of many concessions the DOE has made to colleges and financial-aid administrators in their package of final regulations that will be made public. Under the newly revised rules, for-profit colleges would simply be required to notify the department when they create new programs, however a small percentage of those programs may be subject to formal approval. On the call, Mr. Davis also rattled off the names of more than a dozen Democratic lawmakers who oppose the gainful-employment rule and said there was “deep concern” in the Democratic party about the effect the changes could have on low-income and minority students. Duh… How obvious is it that the for-profits are the only significant form of Educational out reach to the under served in this country.]]>
Could the DOE finally be realizing the negative impacts of their proposed rule changes?
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