Discussion

St. John, Daun-Barnett, and Moronski-Chapman describe several policies, major acts of legislation, and litigations that shaped higher education institutions as we know them today. The Morrill Land-Grant Acts, Higher Education Acts, Title V, Gratz v. Bollinger, Grutter v. Bollinger, and federal policies stand as examples of policies having the most impact upon the current state of higher education. Of those policies, which do you perceive has had the biggest impact (either positive or negative) upon students access to higher education? Additionally, in your opinion, which policy has had the most influence in shaping how higher education institutions recruit and retain students from diverse backgrounds?

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