Higher Ed Bill's Implications for Digital Learning

December 13, 2017

The U.S. House of Representatives education committee was set to advance legislation Tuesday that would drop the Higher Education Act's definition of distance education, remove federal rules that would require online providers to get authorization from each state in which they enroll students, and drop the definition of “regular and substantive interaction” between faculty members and students in online courses, Inside Higher Ed reports.



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