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  • Writer's pictureRebecca Natow

State Policymakers in California Consider Tighter Regulations of For-Profits and Online Learning

Inside Higher Education reports that California legislators are considering several bills that would more strictly regulate for-profit and online higher education. From Inside Higher Ed: "One bill would seek to enact a gainful-employment rule, similar to the Obama-era regulation that was based on loan-repayment rates of graduates of career education programs... Another aims to reduce the amount of taxpayer-funded revenue that an institution can generate... It would also give California's attorney general power to decide whether an institution claiming to be a nonprofit is truly a nonprofit."

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