Ties Between Colleges and Students Increasingly Look Like Contracts

“If a hearing-impaired student asks for a sign-language interpreter during a semester abroad in Ireland, is his home university required to accommodate the request? Campus officials took up that question and others here on Tuesday at the annual conference of the National Association of College and University Attorneys …” (more)

[Sara Lipka, Chronicle of Higher Education, 29 June]

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