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Comments to the Education Department on Final State Authorization Regulations

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Comments to the Education Department on Final State Authorization Regulations

March 02, 2011

​These comments, submitted on behalf of 60 higher education associations and accrediting organizations, express serious concern regarding the state authorization regulations in Section 600.9 of the Oct. 29, 2010, final program integrity rule, which significantly expand and complicate the existing federal requirements for institutions to be “legally authorized” in a state.

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