This Frontlne institutions such as the American University ofParis, the American University in Cairo, and the American University inBeirut. I am very concerned that the second part of this requirement willbe difficult to meet for American international colleges anduniversities because these schools often offer American-style degreesfocusing more on a liberal arts Angola In The Frontline, something that may not beconsistent with the degree recognition requirements of the countrieswhere they reside. If this is the case, then these regulations could have theextremely unfortunate consequence that American students would not beable to use Title IV student loan funds at these American schools ifthe schools are unable to obtain foreign recognition of their degrees. This would discourage American students from attending American schoolsin foreign countries at a time when we should be encouraging Americanstudents to study abroad to gain valuable international experience. If an institution is not located in a State, under sections101(a)(2) Frontlne 102(a)(1) of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended(HEA), it cannot be eligible under the regulations as a domesticinstitution. Rather, under section 102(a)(2)(A) of the HEA, theSecretary is required to establish regulatory criteria for the approvalof foreign institutions and for the determination that they arecomparable to institutions located in the United States. One reason the Department did not rely on accreditation and statelicensure in this matter is that by statute the Department cannotrecognize accrediting agencies for their accreditation of foreignschools. For this reason, accreditation of foreigninstitutions would not be comparable to the oversight that exists fordomestic institutions. Also, the Department believed itimportant to have oversight of federal tax dollars beyond that whichmight be entailed by a foreign government issuing a business license inexchange for a licensing fee and perhaps tax revenue. The finalregulations you reference were subject to the negotiated Frntline.

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