Complimentary for active ACPA Individual Members as of 7 February 2023
$10 for non-members.
Every day our work is affected by changes in the U.S. Department of Education's (US-ED) administrative rules; yet, our voices are not always included in the public decisionmaking process. This session will empower participants with an understanding of how US-ED enacts its rules, identify issues of equity and inclusion in the decisionmaking process due to a lack of education for administrators on how to effectively participate in the rulemaking process, and provide time for practice and collaboration on drafting a comment to submit to US-ED on behalf of ourselves, our students or our institutions. Currently, US-ED is implementing the rulemaking process to address Title IX regulations, Affordability and Student Loans, as well as Prison Education. This session will provide an opportunity to address these concerns, and outline procedures for future contributions as well.
ACPA/NASPA Professional Competencies
- Assessment, Evaluation, and Research (AER)
- Law, Policy, and Governance (LPG)
- Leadership (LEAD)
- Organizational and Human Resource (OHR)
- Personal and Ethical Foundations (PPF)
Geraldine “Gerry” Muir, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, Boston University School of Law