Researchers have found that although 99 percent of public comments on Title IX supported Obama’s Dear Colleague Letter on how schools should handle sexual violence claims, the Department of Education rescinded the guidance anyway.
Secretary DeVos reports that she has no intention of taking any action when it comes to using federal funding to arm teachers.
Discussions of using federal grant money to buy firearms for schools has drawn significant criticism from many education and gun control activist groups.
Ohio State also launched its own investigation into allegations that school officials knew of repeated sexual abuse by former team doctor Richard Strauss.
The OCR investigated over 387 complaints of sexual harassment and sexual violence at UNC-Chapel Hill between 2011 and 2016.
An analysis by ProPublica found the percentage of findings of civil rights violations dropped from 51 percent under Obama to 35 percent under Trump.
The proposal comes 14 months after President Trump signed an executive order calling for ways to merge duplicative offices and programs.
The university has hired an outside consulting firm to determine if any violations of Title IX occurred.
USC was required to submit all reports and complaints against staff and faculty under a previous agreement but did not provide documents related to the former doctor.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office recommends the school district establish its own police department but board members say the district doesn’t have the funding or expertise.