Month: July 2018

Misconceptions About State Regulation of Non-Traditional Providers

Nancy Anderson, Mike Goldstein and Paul Thompson

Every state has laws governing entities offering education within its borders, but those laws – and how they are enforced – vary dramatically from state to state, as well as by the level and type of education offered and the nature of the offering entity. We’ve put together a list of key misconceptions that can create legal challenges for alternative education providers at the state level.

ED Begins Authorization for Foreign Locations of Domestic Institutions

Nancy Anderson, Paul Thompson and Mike Goldstein

On June 29, the Department of Education announced the portion of the proposed distance education rule relating to authorization of foreign locations of domestic institutions went into effect on July 1, 2018.