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AAU joined 24 other organizations to submit amicus briefs to the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and to the federal district court in New York in support of a motion filed by attorneys general from 17 states and the District of Columbia that asked the court to delay the August 14 effective date for the Education Department’s new Title IX regulations.
AAU joined ACE and 13 other organizations on a letter to the Education Department urging them to delay the implementation of the recently published Title IX rule, “Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Sex in Education Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance.”
AAU, ACE, and 8 other higher education associations sent a letter to the seven chairs and ranking member of the House committees in follow up to the letter sent to Secretary DeVos on Section 117.
President Mary Sue Coleman issued a statement about the Education Department’s misguided decision to roll out new Title IX regulations during a global pandemic.
AAU joined ACE and 44 other organizations to submit comments to the Federal Reserve about the Main Street Lending Program, a new loan program created by the CARES Act.
AAU recently joined eight other higher education organizations to file an amicus brief in Sacerdote et al. v. New York University, the first case to go to trial among 20 lawsuits challenging university management of 403(b) retirement plans.
AAU, ACE, and 31 other education organizations sent a letter to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos urging the department to wait until campuses have resumed normal operations to pursue further action on its proposed rulemaking on Title IX and its HEA Section 117 foreign gifts and contracts information collection request.
AAU submitted comments to the Education Department about how it’s HEA Section 117 foreign gift and contract reporting requirements ICR.
AAU joined ACE and 35 other higher education organizations to submit extensive comments to the Education Department about how it’s HEA Section 117 foreign gift and contract reporting requirements ICR “continues to exceed the disclosure reporting required under the statutory authority set out in Sec. 117.”
AAU joined ACE, CUPA-HR, and three other higher education organizations to submit comments to the National Labor Relations Board about its proposed rule to establish that students at private colleges and universities who perform any services for compensation.