New online-learning rule could have worst impact on small states
At gathering of online educators, some officials say they would support a lawsuit against Education Department to stop state authorization rule from taking effect By Dennis Carter, Assistant Editor Read more by Denny Carter Online college programs could face high registration fees in many states.
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#1 Mar 30, 2011
The power-hungry bureaucrats of the USDOE have gone mad! In their overzealous bid for power, they will destroy educational opportunities for millions of underserved adults across this country. to make up for being asleep at the switch allowing private universities to grab millions of tax dollar support for ill-prepared adult students, they will subject all legitimate distance education programs to unnecessary and dysfunctional bureaucratic control, requiring even fully accredited public universities to register with each state department of education. Lamentably, this policy will destroy legitimate and accredited distance education as we know it.
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