In this session, attendees will explore how the factors explored earlier influence specific regulatory and administrative policies. The session will also discuss how the speed of the regulatory process determines how these influences play out in regulations and what the administration can do to influence agency decision making and regulatory culture as a whole. These topics will be explored through the lens of specific examples, including the fate of the now-rescinded supplement, not supplant regulations and the reversal on IDEA maintenance of effort policies.
Leigh M. Manasevit has practiced in the field of education law since 1974 beginning as a trial attorney in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. As one of the two founding partners of Brustein & Manasevit, PLLC Mr. Manasevit established a law practice that addresses the legal issues involving educational institutions public, private, elementary and secondary, or postsecondary on the Federal level.