Discrimination

Read: Sexual Orientation Discrimination Ruled to Be Prohibited Under Title IX

Sexual Orientation Discrimination Ruled to Be Prohibited Under Title IX

The ruling may set a precedent with courts around the country.

Univ. of Missouri Creating Office for Civil Rights and Title IX

The office will report directly to the University’s Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor.

Read: Survey Finds Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Victims Face Police Discrimination

Survey Finds Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Victims Face Police Discrimination

The survey was conducted by ACLU, CUNY School of Law, and the University of Miami School of Law.

Read: ATIXA: Schools Must Protect LGBT, Gender Non-Conforming Students from Harassment

ATIXA: Schools Must Protect LGBT, Gender Non-Conforming Students from Harassment

The ATIXA’s statement clarifies its broadened definition of sex-based discrimination.

Read: OCR Reminds Schools, Universities They Must Hire Title IX Coordinators

OCR Reminds Schools, Universities They Must Hire Title IX Coordinators

Dept. of Ed releases new ‘Dear Colleague’ letter and guidance that emphasizes K-12 and higher ed’s Title IX responsibilities.

Read: Are Males Being Discriminated Against in University Proceedings?

Are Males Being Discriminated Against in University Proceedings?

Men are filing lawsuits claiming they were discriminated against in sexual misconduct disciplinary proceedings, but most lawsuits don’t succeed in court.

D.C. Univ. to Pay $35K in Disability Discrimination Lawsuit

Howard University will pay $35,000 to a man who applied to work for the school that was allegedly discriminated against because of his disability.

Read: Private New York College Cleared in Title IX Case

Private New York College Cleared in Title IX Case

Vassar College was found to have complied with Title IX in a recent court ruling by a New York judge.

Discrimination Complaints Could Affect George Washington U PD Accreditation

Three discrimination complaints have been filed against the department in the past six months, possibly affecting its CALEA accreditation status.

Court Upholds Firing of Veteran Security Guard After Incident

Panel denies employee’s claims of discrimination and rules hospital was within its right to terminate the 25-year employee over incident with a psychiatric patient.

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