Nov 17, 2020
This is the second part of our series with John Graff, taken from his Higher Ground Podcast, where he discusses the U.S. Department of Education’s new Clery Act compliance guidance. In part one we heard about the context for the announcement — the developments leading up to the Department’s drastic reversal of its longstanding guidance. Looking at that context in today's episode, John analyzes the new guidance, discusses what it means, and suggests what schools might expect to see in the Clery compliance and auditing world in the near future. We get to hear from John about the high-level takeaways from the new guidance, the timing of these decisions, what it all means in the current political circumstances, and what might happen in the next year with regards to regulation. John offers loads of details and helpful insight into all the technical aspects of this topic and provides listeners with a lot think about, so make sure to join us for this informative exploration!
Key Points From This Episode:
“I think we have good reason to believe that a lot of this is going to stick going forward, no matter who takes office in the White House next.” — @jtgraff [0:09:41]
“School's are much better today, when it comes to transparency, they know more about the law.” — @jtgraff [0:34:04]
“I think higher-ed will continue to struggle with the timely warning question.” — @jtgraff [0:41:04]
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