Only a few months ago, the higher education community sat assured that Hillary Clinton would have her hand on the Bible in January and that it could expect at least four more years of higher education policies in line with those carried out in the Obama era. That all changed in November and pundits, scholars, legal counsel, and bureaucrats have scrambled to forecast the impact of this unexpected and likely radically different reign. A lot of things will depend on how the new Education Secretary Betsy DeVos takes on things going forward.
To learn more about the new regulations and their impact, join education law expert Yolanda R. Gallegos in this session as she takes on changes in ideological approaches and handling conflicts on campuses. You will be able to equip yourself with an ideological and political framework from which to gauge, assess, and project Trump’s higher education policies.
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Yolanda R. Gallegos
The Gallegos Legal Group, founded by Yolanda Gallegos, is a national education law practice, representing colleges and universities around the country. Gallegos Legal Group specializes in higher education regulatory compliance and risk management in areas associated with federal student aid, student grievances, civil r... More info