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  • Writer's pictureRebecca Natow

Department of Education Finds California in Compliance with State Authorization Rules

The U.S. Department of Education will deem California to be in compliance with state authorization rules regarding students in out-of-state distance education programs. Inside Higher Education reports that the department found that California is technically not in compliance with the rules yet; however, the department will deem the state to be in compliance in order "to avoid the disruption in educational programs for California students adversely affected by the 2016 regulations," according a Department of Education official. The official went on to state that the department "assume[s] that California will modify its plan to refer student complaints to a California State agency for adjudication" before new state authorization rules, which had been the subject of negotiated rulemaking earlier this year, are implemented.

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