States have led the charge in passing legislation that allows student-athletes to be compensated by external entities for use of their name, image, and likeness related to their participation in college and university athletics.
How do these state laws interact with federal concerns? How has the NCAA?Download Brief
Free College Programs
Many state and local governments have created "free college" programs, often referred to as Promise Programs. These programs differ widely across the country in structure, funding source, participant eligibility, and other critical features.
What do some of these programs look like and is there a chance for a federal "free college" program?Download Brief
Data Privacy and Protection
As students, lawmakers, and the general public become increasingly concerned with issues of data privacy and data protection, how are states drafting laws to respond?
With many data privacy concerns arising from digital platforms that cross state lines, is there a role for the federal government to play?Download Brief