Title IX

Read: Dept. of Education Review Finds UNC Failed to Comply with Clery Act

Dept. of Education Review Finds UNC Failed to Comply with Clery Act

The Department characterized UNC’s lack of compliance as a ‘systemic failure to provide students and employees with important campus crime information and services essential to their safety and security.’

Read: Clemson Students Demand More Resources for Sexual Assault Survivors

Clemson Students Demand More Resources for Sexual Assault Survivors

On Nov. 15, the students will march 0.9 miles to represent the estimated 90% of sexual assaults that go unreported to authorities.

Read: 4 Iowa School Districts Settle with Sexual Abuse Victim for $650K

4 Iowa School Districts Settle with Sexual Abuse Victim for $650K

Three of the districts knew that the former teacher and coach had a history of sexually abusing his students, but the information was not passed on to his future employers.

Read: Sexual Assault Victim, University of Idaho Settle Title IX Lawsuit

Sexual Assault Victim, University of Idaho Settle Title IX Lawsuit

UI agreed to pay the sexual assault victim more than $200,000.

Read: 3 Sexual Assaults Reported at USU Logan in 1 Night

3 Sexual Assaults Reported at USU Logan in 1 Night

In all, three separate reports were made on Friday: two involving groping and one involving a rape.

Read: Education Department Levies Largest-Ever Clery Fine Against MSU Over Mishandling of Nassar Scandal

Education Department Levies Largest-Ever Clery Fine Against MSU Over Mishandling of Nassar Scandal

Michigan State University will pay $4.5 million for its systemic failure to address sexual abuse.

Read: ATIXA Issues Stance on Trauma-Informed Training

ATIXA Issues Stance on Trauma-Informed Training

ATIXA believes those who do Title IX-related work have “gotten ahead of the science” and need to take “a corrective and collective step back.”

Read: First Circuit Splits from Sixth Circuit, Dept. of Ed. on Title IX Due Process

First Circuit Splits from Sixth Circuit, Dept. of Ed. on Title IX Due Process

The Sixth Circuit ruled having a neutral party interview the complainant and respondent in a Title IX matter met constitutional due process principles.

Read: Calif. Students File Class-Action Lawsuit Over Sexual Misconduct Charges

Calif. Students File Class-Action Lawsuit Over Sexual Misconduct Charges

The class-action lawsuit claims two California universities follow unfair procedures when finding students responsible for sexual misconduct.

Read: Media Sues Cheyenne School District to Access Student Harassment Records

Media Sues Cheyenne School District to Access Student Harassment Records

Laramie County School District No. 1 launched an internal investigation after students distributed anti-gay and racist flyers.

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