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  • Writer's pictureRebecca Natow

Bills to Toughen For-Profit Oversight in California Move Forward in Reduced Form

Several bills proposed in the California state legislature that would toughen accountability for for-profit higher education are moving forward, but with some modifications and reductions from prior versions. From Inside Higher Education: "One of the bills, a proposal to create the nation’s first state-level gainful-employment rule, was watered down to require only the collection and disclosure of data around employment outcomes of graduates at for-profit colleges. Another bill, which proposed to toughen the 90-10 rule in California -- a regulation that allows for-profit institutions to claim up to 90 percent of their revenue from federal financial aid -- was delayed."

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