By Greg Piper at The College Fix
The University of North Dakota may be full of tension as the administration faces a second no-confidence vote tonight, but students accused of wrongdoing in the state higher education system now have a fairer system to go through.
Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed a bill (previously covered by The College Fix) giving students the right to pay for a lawyer at their own expense in “non-academic suspension and expulsion hearings,” the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education says...
Schools: University of North Dakota