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Empowerment or Intrusion? The College Transparency Act of 2017

Stating the obvious, college is one of the most important and expensive investments Americans make. In addition to tuition costs, from a consumer perspective, other factors should be important in deciding on a college, including graduate employment prospects, average student loan debt, and average number of semesters taken to complete a degree. If you were … Continue Reading

Illinois Court Rules That College Foundation Documents Subject to FOIA

On May 9, 2017, the Illinois Appellate Court held that the College of DuPage Foundation (Foundation), a fundraising organization for the public College of DuPage (College), is subject to the state’s open records law. In doing so, the Court rejected the Foundation’s argument that it was a charitable organization with no public role, and instead … Continue Reading
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