DAILY NEWS 5/20/2020

DAILY NEWS 5/20/2020

 

 

FREE WEBINAR FOR BUSINESSES AND SCHOOLS

PA Chamber Webinar: Bringing PA Businesses Back, Readiness Webinar

 

 

THE FATE OF IMPROVED “BORROWERS DEFENSE TO REPAYMENT (BDR)” RULE NOW SITS ON PRESIDENT’S DESK: VETO CLOCK HAS BEEN TURNED ON

Remember Back In March When Congress Voted To Overturn The New “Borrowers Defense To Repayment (BDR)” Rule And Instead Revert Back To Obama’s BDR Rule? The Resolution Passed By Congress Sat On A Desk For Over Two Months And Speaker Pelosi Announced Yesterday She Is Now Sending It To President; Veto Clock Starts Now

Congress Sends Rebuke Of US Department Of Ed’s New Borrowers Defense Rule To Trump

 

 

PENNSYLVANIA COVID-19 AND BUSINESS SHUTDOWN NEWS… GENERAL ASSEMBLY SENDS THREE BILLS WITH BIPARTISAN SUPPORT TO THE GOVERNOR TO REOPEN CERTAIN INDUSTRIES AND BUSINESSES: GOVERNOR VETOES ALL THREE BILLS: THEN HOURS AFTER VETOING ONE BILL TO REOPEN REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS, GOVERNOR ANNOUNCES HE WILL NOW ALLOW REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS TO OCCUR: CONFUSED LEGISLATURE NOW LOOKING AT POTENTIAL OVER-RIDE VOTES ON THE OTHER VETOED LEGISLATION: AS MANY INDUSTRIES AND SCHOOLS REMAIN CLOSED, INSTEAD OF ALLOWING MORE EMPLOYEES TO GO BACK TO THEIR JOBS WHILE THEY STILL EXIST, STATE EXTENDS UNEMPLOYMENT COMP ANOTHER 13 WEEKS 

Governor Vetoes Bill To Allow Real Estate Transactions During Shutdown

Hours After Vetoing Bipartisan Legislation To Allow Real Estate Transactions, Governor Issues Press Release To Allow Real Estate Transactions Again

Governor Vetoes Bill To Open Up Manufacturing. Automobile Dealerships, Messenger Services, Salons, Barber Shops, Animal Grooming Centers, And Lawn And Garden Stores

Governor Vetoes Bill To Give Local Government More Decision-Making In How Their Areas Can Open Safely

Pennsylvania Extends Unemployment Compensation From COVID-19 For Another 13 Weeks

 

 

COVID-19 NATIONAL HIGHER ED NEWS

McClintock & Associates: Additional Guidance From US Department Of Education On COVID-19 Provides Some Answers, But Also More Questions

Massage Therapists Share Their Stories On How They Are Surviving The Challenge And Managing COVID-19

Congress Gave Colleges A $14 Billion Lifeline. Here’s Where It’s Going

To Prioritize Both Student Learning And Student Health, Schools Must Work Differently This Fall

Few Details Emerging From Use Of Governors’ Emergency Funds For Education From CARE Act

US Department Of Education Expands COVID-19 Regulatory Flexibility

AskRegs Update: What Are The R2T4 Requirements Under The CARES Act

How The Economic Collapse From Shutdown Could Alter Government Higher Education Spending

As Many Colleges Plan To Reopen, Community Colleges Are Most Likely To Continue Online Learning

Survey Shows Students Want In-Person Instruction

Survey Kit To Evaluate How Well Transition To Online These Past Months Worked

“Tuition Discounting” Has Hit An All-Time High For Liberal Arts Colleges, According To New Report

Full Report On Tuition Discounting

 

 

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