With a required implementation date of Aug. 14, 2020, K-12 schools must quickly make changes to sexual harassment policies and procedures.
As campuses prepare for reopening in the fall, they must also consider the future of campus policing — a subject our readers showed the most interest in last month.
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The settlement comes after a six-year investigation by the Department of Education found “persistent failure” in its compiling of campus crime statistics.
A lawsuit filed after three students were sodomized by their teammates claims school leaders knew of the “culture of violence” within the football program.
The newly unsealed complaint includes testimony by several Ohio State University employees who said the school knew for years about the sexual abuse allegations against OSU’s former team doctor.
This two-day event will cover topics concerning lessons learned from COVID-19 and issues related to the re-opening of campuses.
George Floyd’s death has prompted calls for campuses to “defund the police” and/or sever ties with local law enforcement, but are those moves knee-jerk reactions that will backfire?
The lawsuit claims the final regulations narrow Title IX’s reach and will chill the reporting of sexual harassment due to extensive procedural requirements.
The lawsuit claimed the University of Arizona knew Orlando Bradford was a danger but failed to take adequate steps to protect his victims.