Compliance classes should differ depending on students’ career paths and types of risks the class addresses.
Addressing how policy and law influence regulation is a critical—and overlooked—part of regulatory curriculum.
Compliance should be incorporated into administrative law as well as offered as a separate upper-class course.
Legal scholars present new ways to teach students regulatory law against the backdrop of an expanding regulatory state.
Federal Election Commission says that tax-exempt universities may provide cash stipends to unpaid campaign interns.
The key to improving higher education in the United States lies in selecting the right regulatory tools.
A strengthened management-based regime could be combined with a lessening of unnecessary and unhelpful “command and control.”
The college rating controversy reveals the challenges of a performance-based approach to regulating higher education.
Regulation of higher education has long been “management-based”—and under attack for being ineffectual.
Those seeking to reform the regulation of higher education must understand the available tools.
The Obama Administration’s failed effort to establish a rating system holds implications for the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act.
In a six-part series, Provost Wendell Pritchett explains why reforming higher education requires careful analysis of the fundamentals of regulation.