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Read: 3 Conn. Runners File Complaint, Claim Transgender Policy Violates Title IX

3 Conn. Runners File Complaint, Claim Transgender Policy Violates Title IX

The female runners say a policy allowing athletes to compete in sports corresponding with their gender identity puts them at an unfair advantage.

Read: Every 2 Weeks, A Student Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Their School

Every 2 Weeks, A Student Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Their School

The Detroit Free Press noticed a trend where courts are frequently ruling on the side of students accused of sexual assault.

Read: New FERPA Guidance Released by Dept. of Ed. Amidst Confusion

New FERPA Guidance Released by Dept. of Ed. Amidst Confusion

The guidance includes responses to 37 FAQs regarding schools’ and districts’ responsibilities under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Read: Michigan State Violated Clery Act for Years, Dept. of Ed. Finds

Michigan State Violated Clery Act for Years, Dept. of Ed. Finds

A damning report from the Education Department says MSU officials failed to report crimes and disclose accurate crime statistics, among other things.

Read: ATIXA Releases Comments on Dept. of Education’s Title IX NPRM

ATIXA Releases Comments on Dept. of Education’s Title IX NPRM

Association of Title IX Administrators’ has released its comments on the Dept. of Ed’s notice of proposed rulemaking on regulations implementing Title IX.

Read: U.S. Dept. of Ed. Announces Initiative to Support Children with Disabilities

U.S. Dept. of Ed. Announces Initiative to Support Children with Disabilities

The department announced its initiative to address the inappropriate use of restraint and seclusion to protect children with disabilities.

Read: Calif. School Where Student with Autism Died Violated State Laws

Calif. School Where Student with Autism Died Violated State Laws

The 13-year-old died two days after he lost consciousness while being physically restrained by a staff member at Guiding Hands School.

Read: Inspector General Finds Missteps in Dept. of Ed.’s Handling of FERPA

Inspector General Finds Missteps in Dept. of Ed.’s Handling of FERPA

An audit by the U.S. Dept. of Ed.’s Inspector General found their own office liable for not handling FERPA complaints in a timely and effective manner.

Read: College Athletes More Likely to be Accused of Sexual Misconduct

College Athletes More Likely to be Accused of Sexual Misconduct

An analysis from Out of Lines says college athletes are three times more likely to be accused of sexual assault.

Read: 5 Critical Steps To Create an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) At Your School

5 Critical Steps To Create an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) At Your School

Schools need to get these steps right to write an effective emergency operations plan (EOP), and they all occur before putting pen to paper.

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