Education

The Regulation of Black Families

The Regulation of Black Families

The United States should replace its current family surveillance system with one that improves children’s welfare.

Does Subregulatory Guidance Protect Students’ Civil Rights?

Does Subregulatory Guidance Protect Students’ Civil Rights?

In this week’s Saturday Seminar, we collect scholarship on the effectiveness of the Department of Education’s policy guidance.

Regulatory Responses to Teacher Shortages

Regulatory Responses to Teacher Shortages

Experts examine and propose policy changes to address U.S. teacher attrition.

Ending the Virtual School-to-Prison Pipeline

Ending the Virtual School-to-Prison Pipeline

Civil rights attorney examines legal issues presented by virtual school disciplinary policies.

Shifting Mandated Reporting Laws From Family Surveillance to Assistance

Shifting Mandated Reporting Laws From Family Surveillance to Assistance

Scholars advocate revising mandated reporting requirements for school employees.

Regulating Charter School Quality

Regulating Charter School Quality

Scholars analyze variations in the regulation of charter school quality across states.

Paying the Price of Regulating Childcare

Paying the Price of Regulating Childcare

Scholars argue that increased regulation in the childcare industry has unintended consequences.

Protecting Student Data Privacy in the Digital Age

Protecting Student Data Privacy in the Digital Age

Experts recommend policies to enhance student data privacy in education technology platforms.

The K-12 Masking Wars

The K-12 Masking Wars

Anti-mask rhetoric in K-12 schools demonstrates how public insults can limit the effectiveness of civil rights law.

Ending the Long Wait for Federal Guidance on Reopening Schools

Ending the Long Wait for Federal Guidance on Reopening Schools

The Education Department’s COVID-19 guidance may signal a return to information sharing.

Resisting Regulatory Oppression of Transgender Children

Resisting Regulatory Oppression of Transgender Children

The formal and structural exclusion of transgender youth is morally wrong and unlawful.

Defending Access to Special Education

Defending Access to Special Education

Scholar argues for an irreparable harm exception to the exhaustion doctrine in special education disputes.