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  • Senate Hearing on Safely Reopening Schools

    May 13, 2020

    Health experts warn of dire consequences if the nation reopens too quickly, noting that the U.S. still lacks critical testing capacity and the ability to trace the contacts of those infected.

  • Maryland Becomes First State to Close 90/10 Loophole

    May 13, 2020

    Governor allows legislation to protect veterans by closing the 90/10 loophole for all private for-profit schools in the state to become law, but vetoes several major education funding measures, citing economic fallout from the pandemic.


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The implications of COVID-19 are far reaching. Institutions are moving quickly to establish new practices and policy exceptions around their actions to move courses and services online or to other remote delivery for the foreseeable future.

The voluntary guidance below provides general parameters to follow when implementing practice and policy changes while allowing flexibility and compassion during a time of unprecedented disruption. While short-term solutions may be advisable, it is prudent to also consider long-term implications of any changes, as well as to consult with accrediting bodies and/or state Departments of Education and governing boards.

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