Sunday, May 17, 2020

Higher ed groups challenge policies of interstate distance learning pact - Jeremy Bauer-Wolf , Education Dive

Consumer protection groups are seeking changes to policies that govern how distance education is offered across state lines in most of the U.S. They have made several recommendations to NC-SARA, the organization that controls the nation's only multistate reciprocity agreement for online learning, including proposed rule changes on professional licensing and resolving student complaints. While reciprocity agreements such as NC-SARA's are meant to ease barriers for institutions to offer online education to out-of-state students, the organization has come under fire for having weak standards.

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