The Secretary of Education’s legal authority to grant across-the-board loan forgiveness is unclear.
Higher education faces unique challenges in preventing and responding to the pandemic.
Progressives call for Biden to take sweeping action to relieve student debt.
A Supreme Court decision from last term allows states to subsidize student attendance at religious schools.
President Trump signs an executive order to encourage a focus on liberty in public school history curricula.
Scholars propose modifying the U.S. student loan system to remedy a debt crisis.
Law students, lawyers, and academics need to reflect on efforts to make legal academia more inclusive.
Empirical data suggest that law schools must do more to promote inclusion, not just diversity.
Lawyer argues that state regulation is needed to eliminate local lunch-shaming policies.
To commemorate The Regulatory Review’s 10th anniversary, leading scholars and practitioners reflect on regulation’s past, present, and future.
Scholar asserts that education reforms, which have often tracked private sector regulatory schemes, have failed to achieve equal educational opportunity.
A new rule brings changes to enforcement of sexual harassment regulations in higher education.