From my inbox yesterday…
Dear USDLA Members,
Please plan to join colleagues from across the higher education landscape to learn about the regulations being promulgated by the Department of Education and what they will mean to your institution – public or provide, for-profit or non-profit. This meeting will allow you to hear directly about the proposed intent of these regulations and the compliance challenges they will present as well as the penalties that can be expected for non-compliance.
Our tentative agenda will feature such experts on this subject as:
Julie Bell, NCSL
Judith Eaton, CHEA
Michael Goldstein, Dow Lohnes
Terry Hartle, ACE
Michael Lambert, DETC
Paul Lingenfelter, SHEEO
Russ Poulin, WCET
Isaac Reyes, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
This must attend event will attempt to clarify much of the ambiguous and conflicting information which has been circulating around such critical issues as:
* Gainful Employment
* Credit Hour Definition
* Revenue Sharing
* State Registration
The goal of the day is to give you accurate and complete information on each of the above topics, with a special emphasis on the state registration requirement – which will impact ALL institutions with online programs.
Here are the details:
Monday, March 28, 2011
10:00a.m. – 2:00p.m.
The Army and Navy Club
901 17th Street NW
To arrange your participation in this meeting, please contact Laurie Keenan no later than Tuesday, March 15th at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-464-8575.
There is no registration fee for this meeting. Participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements and accommodations.
United States Distance Learning Association(USDLA)8 Winter Street, Suite 508Boston, Massachusetts 02108
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