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The 13 Major Provisions of Title IX’s Final Rule

By David B. McClintock, CPA August 31, 2020

After years of debate, the U.S. Department of Education’s (ED) new Title IX regulations took effect in August. ED’s final rule details the responsibilities of schools that receive federal funds in responding to allegations of sexual assault and harassment. Along with Title IX coordinators, all leaders at postsecondary education institutions…

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Amid COVID-19, ED Provides Regulatory Flexibility

By Catherine Demchak, M. Ed, CFAA July 14, 2020

As the coronavirus crisis continues and an uncertain new school year approaches, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) recently announced some leniency on certain regulatory reporting and disclosures. ED extended the deadlines for the following: Campus and Fire Safety: Institutions must distribute their Annual Security Reports (ASRs) and Annual Fire…

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Does Your Institution “Act CAREfully” When it Comes to Accounting, Recording Keeping and Documentation of Federal Funds?

By Michael T. Wherry, CPA June 24, 2020

This article was original published in the May 2020 Career Education Review and reproduced here with permission.  Article originally posted at careereducationreview.net.  Co-authored by Dave McClintock, CPA. The American political satirist P.J. O’Rourke once opined, “giving government power and money is like giving a 16-year old keys to the car…