Stanford University's School of Education recently mandated an open access policy to faculty scholarship. Members of the school's faculty unanimously voted to all require all their published articles to be made available in a free online database.
The move was announced by SUSE faculty member John Willinsky at last week's International Conference on Electronic Publishing in Toronto. A video of his presentation is here. Willinsky is the author of The Access Principle, in which he makes a sustained case for open access to scholarship as a public good. Information about the book - as well as an open access PDF version - is available here.
(Hat tip to Lila Guterman at the Chronicle of Higher Education's News Blog.)