Statement of ACE Senior Vice President Terry W. Hartle on Repeal of Gainful Employment Regulations June 28, 2019 Section 1 Content“We are dismayed and extremely disappointed by the Department of Education’s decision to rescind the existing Gainful Employment regulations.The department itself has acknowledged that eliminating these regulations will cost taxpayers $6.2 billion over the next 10 years. Even more important, this will leave millions of students worse off. It is hard to imagine the rationale for such an ill-considered public policy move.Underperforming institutions need to be held accountable and students must be protected. This is a huge step in the wrong direction.” Section 2 Content Section 3 Content Section 4 Content Section 5 Content Section 6 Content Media Contact Jon Riskind Email:email@example.com Telephone:(202) 939-9453 Button Content Rail Content 1Related ContentDepartment of Education Repeals Gainful Employment Regulations July 1, 2019 Rail Content 2 Rail Content 3 Related News January 17, 2020 The House of Representatives voted 231-180 to pass a resolution to block Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' new borrower defense rule from going into effect. Read More News January 17, 2020 House Votes to Block Education Department Rule on Borrower Defense News January 13, 2020 The December webinar, “Whither Higher Education Act Reauthorization?” is now archived exclusively on ACE Engage®, ACE’s online community and learning platform. Read More News January 13, 2020 Missed Our Recent Webinar on HEA Reauthorization? No Problem, See It On ACE Engage. News December 13, 2019 Congress gave final approval Dec. 10 to the FUTURE Act, a bill that will restore and make permanent a $255 million per year funding stream for minority serving institutions. Read More News December 13, 2019 Congress Approves FUTURE Act Online Event December 10, 20191:00 PM to 1:45 PM This webinar will provide an overview of the prospects for HEA reauthorization, major issues involved with the legislation, and the implications for colleges and universities. Read More Online Event December 10, 20191:00 PM to 1:45 PM Whither HEA Reauthorization? News December 9, 2019 The Dec. 4 conversation, the first in a monthly series of Public Policy Pop-Ups, was hosted on ACE Engage®, ACE's peer-to-peer online community and learning platform. Read More News December 9, 2019 Public Policy Pop-Ups on ACE Engage Keep Campus Leaders in the Loop News December 9, 2019 The Senate has approved an amendment to the FUTURE Act that would permanently restore $255 million in funding for minority serving institutions and streamline the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Read More News December 9, 2019 Senate Approves Compromise Measure to Extend MSI Funding, Simplify FAFSA News December 2, 2019 ACE is debuting a new feature called the Public Policy Pop-Up on ACE Engage®, ACE’s peer-to-peer online community and learning platform for higher education executives. Read More News December 2, 2019 Introducing Monthly Live Policy Updates on ACE Engage News November 25, 2019 ACE to host a webinar on the upcoming revised Title IX campus sexual assault regulations, and one on ED's proposed expansion of requirements for foreign gift and contract reporting. Read More News November 25, 2019 Coming Soon: ACE Webinars on Final Title IX Rule and Proposed Expansion of Foreign Gift and Contract Reporting Requirements News November 18, 2019 Register now for a Dec. 10 ACE webinar exploring whether the Higher Education Act (HEA) will be reauthorized anytime soon. Read More News November 18, 2019 ACE Webinar: Whither HEA Reauthorization?