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USA: Catch-22 for new IEP operators

New players to the USA’s English language sector will find themselves in a catch-22 under new accreditation regulations, finding it hard to get accredited without exhibiting prior teaching history, but unable to issue I-20 visas for international students without being accredited. Meanwhile, regulation bodies have revealed just how large the accredited IEP community now is.

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Ireland sets up task force to answer ELT visa fraud fallout

Ireland sets up task force to answer ELT visa fraud fallout

Ireland’s English language sector has been hit once again by the closure of a further two schools bringing total school closures to five in recent weeks and leaving hundreds of students displaced. Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn has set a joint task force to meet on Friday to answer concerns from student protests held this week.

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Australia: Repeal day to relax university regulation

This week the Australian government will attempt to slash a number of federal laws in its first planned “repeal day” that will save AUD$1 billion a year in red tape. A number of “heavy handed” regulations affecting the university sector are set to be abolished in the process, a move that has been welcomed by international educators in the country.

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