This is an interesting thread...
Question, though... if an elder has children in college, or about to start college, and the body of elders is obligated to "review" his qualifications as an elder, and further, all the elders of congregation XYZ do not like this new direction from the GB, what is to prevent them from doing a "stand up", two-minute meeting as a "review".
In other words:
Elder #1: "Brother Elder #2, your son recently started a program of study at the local college. We need to see you in the back to review your qualifications"
Elder #2: "OK"
.... they both walk back to a room filled with all the elders ...
Elder #1: "We are all here to review Elder #2's qualifications. Personally, I think he's great and should remain an elder. What do you think?"
All Elders: "Agreed".
Elder #1: "OK Elder #2, we have reviewed your qualifications and we all think you're OK."
Elder #2: "Thanks! Hey Elder #1, how about some drinks after the meeting?"
The next CO's visit:
CO: "Did someone review Elder #2's qualifications? His son is in college."
Elder #1: "Oh yes, we all reviewed him, the entire body of elders participated."
CO: "Very good. How about some drinks after the meeting?"
I mean, a "review" is a very loose term... at least to me....