New Barriers to International Education Exchange Proposed

On September 25 the U.S Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposed a new rule that will limit the length of stay for international students in the United States. This extreme departure in the long-established practice of students being admitted for “

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Cruel. Irresponsible. Senseless.

The July 6, 2020, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)’s Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) proposed Temporary Final Rule on elimination of exemptions for international students taking online classes due to the pandemic is beyond compr

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White Paper - The Changing Landscape of Accreditation: Guide to Secondary-School Recognition in the United States

Accreditation in the United States has been and remains an integral aspect of the education system in the United States. Accreditation functions as the independent quality assurance mechanism to regulate elementary education through higher education inst

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Let’s Get Physical – An Introduction to Physical Therapy Evaluation

Image: Pixabay Quick Overview of Physical Therapy in The United States Physical therapy/Physiotherapy is an allied health profession focused on the evaluation and treatment of functional mobility limitations. While the roots of the practice of physical t

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COVID-19 and the Future of Credential Evaluation

As our personal and work inboxes are filling up with emails from companies stating their stance and procedures during this tumultuous time, it seems appropriate to address how ECE is handling the COVID-19 pandemic. The global understanding and current me

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