DAILY NEWS 4/6/2020

DAILY NEWS 4/6/2020

 

 

FREE WEBINARS FOR SCHOOLS

CSPEN Webinar: Implementation Of The Paycheck Protection Program

Thompson Coburn LLC Webinar: Contingency Planning For Distressed Institutions Of Higher Education

CECU Webinar: Alleviate Student & School Financial Stress (While Remaining Compliant) During The COVID-19 Crisis

PA Chamber Of Business Webinar: The Federal Economic Sustainability Act And Pennsylvania COVID-19 Policies For Employers

 

 

IFAP NOTICE

IFAP Notice: UPDATED Guidance For Interruptions Of Study Related To Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

 

REGULATORY NEWS

New Report Suggests Measuring “Price-To-Earnings Premium” As A Substitute To Old Gainful Employment Rule, Then Apply This Metric On All Sectors Of Higher Education

Some Attorney Generals, Lawmakers And Advocates Requesting Delay Of Pending Title IX Regulations

 

 

PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM

New Paycheck Protection Program For Small Businesses Under 500 Employees

Application For Paycheck Protection Program

Paycheck Protection Program Rules Released

 

 

STUDENT LOAN NEWS

Most Student Loan Payments Are Suspended: Here Is What You Need To Know

Student Loan Payments Suspended For 6 Months, But With Many Exceptions

US Department Of Education Halts Loan Payments And Sets 0% Interest Rate Until September 30

 

 

OTHER COVID-19 NEWS

ED Releases Updated COVID-19 Guidance Addressing Verification, Need Analysis, Distance Education

CARES Act And The Higher Education Industry: Key Takeaways

Institutional Relief Under The CARES Act

The CARES Act: More Options For Higher Education

Admissions And Enrollment During COVID-19

Pennsylvania’s Small Business Assistance Program For COVID-19 Is Already Tapped-Out Of Funds

“Zoom Bombing” Threats Grow As More Schools Shift To Online Learning

Consumer Protection Groups On The Lookout For New Student Debt Relief Scams Amid COVID Outbreak

Moody’s: $14B Stimulus Funding Unlikely To Cover Colleges’ Coronavirus Expenses

New Online Education Advocacy Group Emerges As US Department Of Education Looks To Loosen Regulations

 

 

 

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