Education

Righting a Wrong Against Teachers

Thousands of teachers could see loan debt disappear as the Education Department tries to correct a past mistake.

The Black Box of College Admissions

State legislators and the U.S. Education Department are scrutinizing college admissions practices.

The New Face of Title IX Due Process

Education Department’s proposed rule could transform procedural protections under Title IX.

Changes to Universities’ Sexual Assault Tribunals May Be Here to Stay

Education Department is planning to make significant reforms to Title IX regulations.

The Trump Administration Targets Student Loan Protections

The APA is at the center of state efforts to challenge the Trump Administration’s education policy changes.

Negotiated Rulemaking and the Borrower Defense Regulation

“Do-over” of Obama-era rule shines a spotlight on alternative to notice-and-comment rulemaking.

Obama-Era Education Regulations Targeted for Reform

Conservative legal group urges change to education regulations adopted under the previous Administration.

Broadening Access to Postsecondary Education

A recent New York City initiative attempts to remove barriers to higher education.

Supreme Court Raises the Bar for Students with Disabilities

Court unanimously revises its approach to students’ individualized education plans.

Congress Rejects Teacher Preparation Reporting Rule

Congress and President Trump use Congressional Review Act to rescind Obama-era education rule.

The Dark Side of Departmental Discretion

New regulations governing student debt leave too much power concentrated with Education officials.

Should the Education Department Hear Class Actions when Colleges Collapse?

The agency’s proposal to streamline student loan forgiveness claims is laudable, with its potential for a fairer, more efficient process.