Breaking the Fourth’s Wall: The Implications of Remote Education for Students’ Fourth Amendment Rights
Nov. 27, 2023—Sallie Hatfield | 26 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. 179 (2023) As the COVID-19 pandemic forced both public K-12 and higher education institutions to transition to exclusively provide remote education, students’ homes and personal lives were exposed to the government like never before. Zoom classes and remote proctoring were suddenly the norm. Students and...
Nov. 17, 2023—In Madeline Strasser's ('25) new blog post, read about the Federal Communications Commission's new plan to close the homework gap and its potential impact. The agency recently announced that it will allow E-Rate funds to be used for providing Wi-Fi on school buses starting in funding year 2024, with the expansion estimated to benefit millions of students, particularly in rural areas, who have long commutes on school buses every day.