Chronicle of Higher Education, 9/21/11


The Department of Defense is increasing scrutiny of the online educational programs used by members of the active military. Starting in January, the department will require distance-education programs receiving tuition-assistance benefits to submit to an independent, third-party review" similar to those required for programs on military bases. This move, however, did not appease Congress and Senator Tom Carper (D-DE) "will conduct a second hearing on the military's tuition-assistance program."

AuthorKeith Blakeman