Jun 242015
 June 24, 2015  Posted by  Laws, U.S., Youth & Schools

Benjamin Wermund reports:

The University of Texas will turn over federally protected student information to a private investigator, but it won’t give the records to a regent.

That’s the “disingenuous logic” that led Regent Wallace Hall Jr. to sue Chancellor Bill McRaven – the latest step in Hall’s quest to get information behind a report on admissions practices at the state’s flagship university. The report found that then-President Bill Powers overruled admissions officers on behalf of lawmakers, alumni and regents.

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