Mar 24, 2022
ACE Senior Vice President Terry Hartle joins host Sarah Spreitzer to discuss Congress’s last-minute push to pass the FY 2022 omnibus spending package and what it means for higher education. Also on the agenda—which proposals Department of Education negotiators reached consensus on in the latest negotiated rulemaking session. Plus, they talk about higher ed’s priorities for innovation and competition legislation, how the United States is supporting Ukrainian students, and the resumption of student loan repayments.
Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:
Supreme Court Takes Affirmative Action
Inside Higher Ed
Jan. 24, 2022
DHS, State Announce Regulatory Changes to Attract More
International Students and Scholars
FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Actions to
Attract STEM Talent and Strengthen our Economy and
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