Want to stay on top of current trends in higher education law and policy? The following sources are great sources for topic ideas and commentary on current issues about the intersection of higher education and the law.
The Education Commission of the States publishes several newsletters covering different education-related topics. You can access the newsletters from their website or subscribe the newsletters and receive them by email. These newsletters include:
ECS Ed Clips. Gives you the day's top education news, as well as a link to Education Week's extensive daily news roundup. Current service only.
ECS Ed Beat. A biweekly newsletter that covers new and upcoming policy analysis, state outreach and testimony, timely blog posts, and important frequently asked questions of ECS's policy experts.
Ed Note Blog. Contains recent commentary and policy news, updated weekly.
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