New NCAA Rules Leave Foreign Student-Athletes Behind
Scholars argue that foreign student-athletes must now choose between earning money and keeping their immigration status.
Is It Time to Suspend School Suspensions?
Scholars reflect on school discipline’s inequitable impact.
Regulating Teacher Credentialing to Benefit English Learners
Scholars argue that the decentralization of teacher credentialing negatively affects English learners.
Can School Finance Reform Support Reparations?
Scholars advocate reforming and regulating school funding schemes to grant reparations to Black Americans.
Antitrust and Law Schools’ Exit from U.S. News Rankings
As Yale, Harvard, and other law schools withdraw from U.S. News rankings, they can argue it is good for competition.
Fixing FERPA to Protect Marginalized Students
Scholars examine the direct harms to students caused by gaps in FERPA.
Limiting the Power of Police in Schools
A legal scholar advocates the removal—rather than the increased regulation—of police forces from schools.
Regulating to Increase K-12 Student Achievement
Experts explore childhood education regulation amid a pandemic environment.
Has the “Every Student Succeeds Act” Left Children Behind?
Scholars reflect on whether ESSA’s regulatory structure promotes or inhibits educational equity.
The Unintended Consequences of Self-Harm Monitoring Software
Experts call for policies to govern self-harm monitoring technology employed by schools.
Educating Students with Disabilities During COVID-19
Scholars reflect on regulatory gaps in special education for students with disabilities during the pandemic.
Celebrating Our 2021-2022 Editorial Board
Congratulations and thank you to The Regulatory Review’s 2021-2022 Editorial Board.