The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 made it possible for some students to qualify for a second summer Pell Grant, with the policy goal of encouraging more students to accelerate and complete their programs more quickly.
What does HEOA stand for?
HEOA stands for Higher Education Opportunity Act
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Current debate springs from passage of the Higher Education Opportunity Act in 2008 and ongoing related regulatory activity.
Here are some highlights: - Reduction of physical proctoring costs, including faculty/staff labor savings - Reduced Help Desk Calls - Compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and our accrediting agency, the Higher Learning Commission requirements - Budget gain and ROI of 405%* “We're excited to see such favorable results from the use of our technology for higher education,” said Jeff Maynard, CEO, Biometric Signature ID.
CourseSmart's IMS-conformant solution also enables institutions to optimize other initiatives such as reducing course materials costs or supporting Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) compliance, and provides seamless access to critical academic resources for students and faculty from the within the systems they use daily.
In 2008, the reauthorized Higher Education Opportunity Act (Public Law 110-315) specifically defined residency programs, and the 2009 appropriation for the Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP) program began the federal investment in establishing and expanding teacher residency programs.
GAO-10-668 July 21, 2010 The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, Pub.
Recently, Congress approved of financial aid for non-degree post-secondary education of persons with intellectual disabilities in the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008.
The effort in support of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 which authorizes $3,000 for each additional student colleges and universities enroll in nursing programs, represents the consistent and much appreciated support of Vermont's congressional delegation for nursing in our state and nationwide.