Studies found 50% of female undergraduate students and over 58% of female faculty and staff members experienced sexual harassment on campus.
An advocacy group founded by a Georgia Tech student who suffered a traumatic brain injury after falling from a top bunk is urging college campuses to require bed rails.
The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled the accuser is not immune because the accused had fewer rights during Yale’s disciplinary process than he would have had in criminal court.
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Ohio State sought to have the remaining sexual abuse lawsuits dismissed, arguing that the statute of limitations had long passed.
The award recognizes higher education programs or initiatives that demonstrate innovation, collaboration, and equity in improving campus safety.
Sacramento and its school district have settled claims stemming from the sexual abuse of at least eight children by a former aide.
OCR determined that Mingo County Schools didn’t respond equitably to complaints, violated Title IX, and more.
The Education Department received more than twice as many public comments as it received during its last rulemaking, pushing the release date to Oct. 2023.
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