This pathbreaking casebook is devoted to the rapidly expanding range of legal matters that shape higher education. It surveys the history of the development of colleges and universities in the United States, the legal differences between public and private institutions of higher education, the role of religion, the financing of higher education, and the limits of federal, state and local regulation. It also covers faculty matters including academic freedom, tenure, and governance; admissions and financial aid; student rights and responsibilities; the responsibilities of governing boards, presidents and administrators; and licensing and accreditation.Henry Rosovsky, The University, An Ownera#39;s Manual 12-15 (1990). ... No doubt it would make more of an impression to cite Mercedes-Benz 1986 or Jaguar 1988, but these authors are not generally found in professorial glove compartments.
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