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Author Interviews, New Releases, University of Michigan Press

Mad at School book coverUniversity of Michigan Press writer Margaret Price, author of the new book Mad at School, recently appeared in an extensive story about mental disabilities on university campuses posted by the Chronicle of Higher Education.

In the article, professor and author Benjamin Reiss writes, “Margaret Price makes clear in her book, Mad at School, influential voices are arguing that we should try to get around the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act regulations, which protect the privacy of student education records, in order to monitor and sequester potentially ‘dangerous’ students.”

She also blogged for UM Press on the issue, and had a piece of her own on mental disabilities and university hiring appear in Inside Higher Ed.

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