The Pavela Report

Law and Policy in Higher Education


Featured Content

​What Lincoln Can Teach Contemporary College Students (Adaptation skills and purposefulness).

Academic Integrity Strategies and Initiatives for International Students ​(“Best practices” from the November 2015 AIS/MIT conference; see additional resources at the Academic Integrity Seminar website).

Racial harassment and freedom of expression (Freedom of expression and protection of minority perspectives; Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 2013 letter to the University of California at Berkeley).

Legal and ethical responsibilities to accused students in college sexual misconduct proceedings (Our thesis was stated by the Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education: “Procedures that ensure the Title IX rights of the complainant, while at the same time according due process to both parties involved, will lead to sound and supportable decisions.”

Annual Report of the Academic Integrity Seminar (2016)

Robert Kennedy and the Greek sense of tragedy (category: student development)

John Dewey in China (democratic education/methodology of science) (category: student development)


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