(c) .—The term ‘early childhood education program’ means a program— “(A) that serves children of a range of ages from birth through age five that addresses the children’s cognitive (including language, early literacy, and early mathematics), social, emotional, and physical development; and “(B) that is— “(i) a Head Start program or an Early Head Start program carried out under the Head Start Act (42 U. (d) .— “(A) The term ‘nonprofit’, when used with respect to a school, agency, organization, or institution means a school, agency, organization, or institution owned and operated by one or more nonprofit corporations or associations, no part of the net earnings of which inures, or may lawfully inure, to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual. (2) .—The Secretary of Education shall not, on or after the date of enactment of this Act, promulgate or enforce any regulation or rule with respect to the definition of the term “credit hour” for any purpose under the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U. “(D) .—The Secretary— “(I) shall not promulgate any regulations with respect to this paragraph; and “(II) may only issue guidance that explains or clarifies the process for filing or reviewing a complaint under this paragraph.”; and (4) in subsection (d), as redesignated by paragraph (2)— (A) in paragraph (2), by inserting “(including such joining, assembling, and residing for religious purposes)” after “Constitution”; and (B) in paragraph (3), by inserting “(including speech relating to religion)” after “Constitution”. 2000e–2) should be condemned; “(2) institutions of higher education and law-enforcement personnel should be commended for their efforts to combat violence, extremism, and racism, and to protect all members of the community from harm; and “(3) Congress is committed to supporting institutions of higher education in creating safe, inclusive, and respectful learning environments that fully respect community members from all backgrounds.”. “(c) .—The Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of Health and Human Services and outside experts in the field of substance use prevention and recovery support, shall— “(1) share best practices for institutions of higher education to— “(A) address and prevent substance use; and “(B) support students in substance use recovery; and “(2) if requested by an institution of higher education, provide technical assistance to such institution to implement a practice under paragraph (1).”.
“(B) The term ‘nonprofit’, when used with respect to foreign institution means— “(i) an institution that is owned and operated only by one or more nonprofit corporations or associations; and “(ii) (I) if a recognized tax authority of the institution’s home country is recognized by the Secretary for purposes of making determinations of an institution’s nonprofit status for purposes of title IV, the institution is determined by that tax authority to be a nonprofit educational institution; or “(II) if no recognized tax authority of the institution’s home country is recognized by the Secretary for purposes of making determinations of an institution’s nonprofit status for purposes of title IV, the foreign institution demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Secretary that it is a nonprofit educational institution.”. (2) .—To the extent that regulations repealed— (A) by subparagraph (A) or subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) amended regulations that were in effect on June 30, 2011, the provisions of the regulations that were in effect on June 30, 2011, and were so amended are restored and revived as if the regulations repealed by such subparagraph had not taken effect; and (B) by paragraph (1)(C) amended regulations that were in effect on October 31, 2016, the provisions of the regulations that were in effect on October 31, 2016, and were so amended are restored and revived as if the regulations repealed by paragraph (1)(C) had not taken effect. “(1) harassment and violence targeted at students because of their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin as listed in section 703 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U. “None of the funds made available under this Act may be provided to any public institution of higher education that denies to a religious student organization any right, benefit, or privilege that is generally afforded to other student organizations at the institution (including full access to the facilities of the institution and official recognition of the organization by the institution) because of the religious beliefs, practices, speech, leadership and membership standards, or standards of conduct of the religious student organization.”..—Nothing in this Act shall be construed to authorize or permit the Secretary to promulgate any rule or regulation that exceeds the scope of the explicit authority granted to the Secretary under this Act.
“(c) .—A foreign graduate medical school at which student test passage rates are below the minimum requirements set forth in subsection (b)(2)(D) for each of the two most recent calendar years for which data are available shall not be eligible to participate in programs under part D or E of title IV in the fiscal year subsequent to that consecutive two year period and such institution shall regain eligibility to participate in programs under such part only after demonstrating compliance with requirements under section 600.55 of title 34, Code of Federal Regulations (as in effect pursuant to subsection (b)) for one full calendar year subsequent to the fiscal year the institution became ineligible unless, within 30 days of receiving notification from the Secretary of the loss of eligibility under this paragraph, the institution appeals the loss of its eligibility to the Secretary.
“(B) .—Any part of a clinical training program operated by a foreign graduate medical school located in a foreign country other than the country in which the main campus is located, in the United States, or at an institution in Canada accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, shall not require an on-site evaluation or specific approval by the institution’s medical accrediting agency if the location is a teaching hospital accredited by and located within a foreign country approved by the National Committee on Foreign Medical Education and Accreditation. “(B) .—A complaint submitted under subparagraph (A)— “(i) shall— “(I) include the provision of the institution’s policy the complainant believes the institution is not in compliance with or how the institution is enforcing a policy related to protected speech that has not been disclosed under paragraph (1); and “(II) be filed not later than 7 days of the complainant’s denial of a right to speak; and “(ii) may affirmatively assert that the violation described in clause (i)(I) is a violation of the complainant’s constitutional rights.
“(d) .—An institution outside the United States that does not provide to the Secretary such information as may be required by this section shall be ineligible to participate in the loan program under part D or E of title IV. “(C) .—Not later than 10 days after the receipt of the complaint, the Secretary shall make a decision with respect to such complaint, without regard to whether the institution provides a response to such complaint. 1092(f)(1)(H)) is amended by striking “section 120” and inserting “section 118”.
“(d) .—The Secretary shall certify, for the purposes of participation in title IV, an institution’s qualification as an institution of higher education in accordance with the requirements of subpart 3 of part H of title IV.
“(e) .—An institution of higher education shall not be considered to meet the definition of an institution of higher education for the purposes of participation in title IV if such institution is removed from eligibility for funds under title IV as a result of an action pursuant to part H of title IV.