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LINCOLN TECH LAUNCHES MAZDA AUTOMOTIVE STUDENT TRAINING IN UNION, NJ

Parsippany, NJ, Oct. 13, 2021 — Lincoln Educational Services Corporation (NASDAQ: LINC), marking 75 years in 2021 as a national leader in specialized technical training, has introduced Mazda Automotive Student Training (MAST) at its Union, NJ campus. Students enrolled in Automotive Technology training can add this option to their program and build career skills specific More Info »

Washington News Brief

By Sharon H. Bob, Ph.D., Higher Education Specialist, Powers Pyles Sutter and Verville, PC
The following Washington career college news brief is a summary of important higher education news originating from Washington D.C.

Veteran Alumni Report Positive Experiences at Proprietary Institutions According to New Survey

By Rachel Tripp, Director of Communications, Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU)
A survey, conducted by Hanover Research on behalf of Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU), aimed to help the organization and policymakers learn more about the needs and outcomes of veteran students and veteran alumni who attended a proprietary institution. Respondents reported positive experiences at proprietary institutions in relation to preparation for future success.

 
 

Distance Education Accrediting Commission Member Schools Offer Partnerships to Keep Students on Track

Interview with Leah Matthews, Executive Director, Distance Education Accrediting Commission
Not all schools have online learning capability that is readily available. For schools that are seeking a way to launch online learning, creating a partnership with a DEAC member school might be a viable, cost-effective option.

LINCOLN TECH LAUNCHES MAZDA AUTOMOTIVE STUDENT TRAINING IN UNION, NJ

Process Makes Perfect: How the Accommodation Process Supports Students with Disabilities and Safeguards Valuable College Resources

By Jessica High, Attorney and Bryce Young, Attorney, Duane Morris, LLP
Since 2005, disability rights cases have increased by almost 395 percent. Following the same process for every student will always lead to the right result, no matter the facts or situation. While this may not immunize your institution from a complaint or lawsuit, following and documenting a process bolsters your defenses greatly.

The Changing Landscape of the 90/10 Rule