higher education, education reform, courtrooms, retrenchment, entrenchment model
In the context of higher education reform, the people need to be in the important rooms where the decisions are being made. One such room is the courtroom. This essay elaborates on this premise, previously written about in an article I wrote entitled, 50,000 Voices Can’t Be Wrong, But Courts Might Be: How Chevron’s Existence Contributes to Retrenching the Higher Education Act. That article was the second in a series of three articles on the retrenchment of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (“HEA”) using the William Eskridge and John Ferejohn statutory entrenchment model.
Twinette L. Johnson,
In the Room Where it Happens: Including the “Public’s Will” in Judicial Review of Agency Action,
72 Ark. L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/alr/vol72/iss2/7