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U.S. Department of Education issues letters on gainful employment, state authorization for distance education, and trial three-year cohort default rates

29 April 2011

Education Investors Alert

Last week, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) issued two Dear Colleague Letters (DCL) addressing aspects of the federal student financial aid program integrity regulations published on October 29, 2010, and an electronic announcement regarding trial three-year cohort default rates (CDRs). For background on the program integrity regulations, please refer to our November 2010 education investors alert.



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