Cornell’s Yale -Loehr on Supreme Court’s DACA Decision

On June 18, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program must remain in place. Stephen Yale-Loehr, a law professor at Cornell and a Charles Koch Foundation (CKF) grantee, commented on the decision in several news outlets, including National Public Radio (NPR),  The Associated Press, The New York Times and Chicago Tribune. As Yale-Loehr explained to FiveThirtyEight.Com:

“It’s a decision that Administrative Procedure Act nerds will love…The court said, under this domestic law, you’re supposed to do things a certain way, have certain adequate justifications for your actions, and this administration did not follow those procedural requirements. … This is a major victory for the Dreamers, but it’s arguably only a temporary victory … A lot will depend on the outcome of the presidential election — or if Congress decides to enact a legislative solution to resolve this once and for all.”

Read more about CKF’s support of Yale-Loehr’s research here.

06-30-2020 01:56pm

Rivet School: Redesigning the college experience for working adults

In the face of COVID-19 — and with $100,000 in philanthropic support from the Charles Koch Foundation — Rivet announced Pay It Forward, a new program that allows students to enroll and pay no tuition during the course of their studies.

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06-29-2020 03:33pm

Cornell’s Yale-Loehr on Supreme Court’s DACA decision

Stephen Yale-Loehr, a law professor at Cornell and a Charles Koch Foundation (CKF) grantee, commented on the DACA decision in several news outlets, including on National Public Radio (NPR), and in The Associated Press, The New York Times and Chicago Tribune.

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College Pulse survey shows students believe online learning could be improved

The Charles Koch Foundation (CKF) and College Pulse have released the results of a new survey showing that while college students were somewhat underwhelmed with higher education’s rapid transition to online learning, they are optimistic that online learning will improve in the future.

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