Professor Joel Scott Published in the International Journal for Education Law and Policy

Scott, JoelProfessor Joel Scott was invited to respond to a series of inquiries regarding United States university systematic issues as part of an international symposium examining questionable practices and corruption in higher education. Scott’s chapter, “Corruption in U.S. Higher Education and Research” was recently published in the International Journal for Education Law and Policy (IJELP).

IJELP provides a critical review of contemporary developments in education law. It combines analysis, commentary and documentation on national education legislation and European and international developments in education. The journal gives high priority to articles, which provide a comparative perspective and offer a link between law and policy issues.

Apart from scholarly articles reviewing the implementation of and new developments in educational legislation, the journal also features special thematic reports and contains special country reports. The articles are subject to peer review by independent referees.

IJELP is published on behalf of the European Association for Education Law and Policy, in cooperation with South African Education Law and Policy Association (US-ELA, SAELPA), League of Education Law (Russian Federation), Australia and New Zealand Education Law Association (ANZELA), Canadian Association of the Practical Study of Law in Education (CAPSLE), and with the support of UNESCO, along with supra-national and international organizations.

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