[caption id="attachment_108003" align="alignleft" width="150"] Drafters of the online-learning reciprocity agreement hope to have language for state legislatures to consider next year.[/caption]

Drafters of an interstate agreement on distance learning in higher education are entering the final stages of creating a model agreement that would make it much easier for colleges and universities offering online classes to students from different states to get approval from those states.

The draft agreement would allow colleges and universities with online programs to meet controversial “state authorization” requirements—without the huge expense this otherwise would require. The...

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