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Letter to the House: Vote Yes to Repeal State Authorization and Credit Hour Regulations

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Letter to the House: Vote Yes to Repeal State Authorization and Credit Hour Regulations

February 27, 2012

​Sent on behalf of almost 100 higher education associations and accrediting organizations to urge the House to vote for H.R. 2117. This measure would repeal two highly problematic and prescriptive regulations initiated by the Department of Education: state authorization and the provision establishing a federal definition of credit hour.

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