Digital Learning in ‘Inside Higher Ed’ This Week

Among the topics: California vs. the U.S. on state authorization rules (cont.); a Pearson data breach; coding and more OPMs.

August 7, 2019

Inside Higher Ed explored multiple topics relevant to readers of "Inside Digital Learning" this week. They include:

  • The U.S. Education Department said this week that California's new process for giving online students enrolled at public and private nonprofit colleges outside the state a way to submit complaints about their institutions still falls short of new federal rules governing state authorization -- but that the feds now consider the state to be in compliance with the new rules.
  • The personal information of approximately 13,000 school and university students was exposed as the result of a cyberattack, Pearson said last week. The company said the exposed data, which came from student assessment software, was limited to first name, last name and, in some instances, date of birth and/or email address.
  • Inside Higher Ed bloggers Kenneth (Casey) Green, John Warner and (of course) Josh Kim wrote about a range of digital learning issues. We encourage you to check them out.



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