The Department of Education releases proposed regulations to protect veterans and service members, increase university supervision and increase university access for imprisoned Individuals July 26, 2022 Contact: Press Office, (202) 401-1576, press@ed. Gov
  • government's responsibility office of the government of the UU. As a source of related institutional behavior. Finally, the proposed rules would clarify how imprisoned people can begin access to Pell subsidies for qualified penitentiary education programs operated by public institutions and non -profit.

    "predatory and deceptive practices that go to veterans and service members do not take place in higher education, point," said the Secretary of Education of the United States, Miguel Cardona. "The administration of Biden-Harris believes that educating our veterans and service members must be about honoring their contributions to our country, not exploiting them to obtain financial gains. These proposed regulations promulgate welcome changes by Congress to better protect the Students who have served and continue serving, our nation. These rules will also ensure that the efforts of for profit universities to make the non -profit state "

    This regulatory package is the last step in the continuous commitment of the Biden-Harris administration to ensure that institutions are responsible and that all students have access to valuable post-secondary education. The proposed regulations, which were negotiated by two committees of the interested parties last year, reflect significant contributions of the community, and the consensus agreements among the negotiators. Agenda, both with respect to responsibility and the supervision of universities, particularly for profit universities, "said James Kvaal, under Secretary of Education." Today, we take the next step to address some of the most significant and generalized problems In higher education, including non -scrupulous recruitment of veterans and abuses of the change of property process. We are committed to end these regulations expected and resort to work but but at the same time of work. come. "

    " Penitentiary education programs provide hope to imprisoned students and their families and help prepare people for significant jobs and careers when they return home with our communities, "said Amy Loyd, Undersecretary of the career office, technical technique. And adult education. "These proposed regulations will help provide critical opportunities to students in prison and support the institutions that work to serve them".

    the proposed regulations They will be officially published in the Federal Registry in the next few days, and the public is invited to provide comments for 30 days after the official publication through The department expects to finish the rules at the end of this year so that they take effect no later than July 1, 2023. The rules would make considerable improvements in the US higher education system, including:

  • Strengthen and L "90/10" Rule for for profit universities. For-


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