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Read: Ohio Governor Calls for Review of Title IX Enforcement

Ohio Governor Calls for Review of Title IX Enforcement

A spokesman for Ohio Governor John Kasich says it is “second nature” for him to “look into major issues in the news”, referring to the current Larry Nassar scandal.

Read: Brown University Implements Restorative Justice Program

Brown University Implements Restorative Justice Program

Restorative justice methods can only be used if both parties involved have consented and the offender has admitted their guilt.

Read: USA Gymnastics Board Resigns, MSU Athletic Director Retires

USA Gymnastics Board Resigns, MSU Athletic Director Retires

The United States Olympics Committee threatened to decertify the organization if the board didn’t take necessary steps toward change.

Read: Civil Rights Groups Sue DeVos over Campus Sexual Assault Guidance

Civil Rights Groups Sue DeVos over Campus Sexual Assault Guidance

The lawsuit claims the U.S. Education Department’s changes to campus sexual assault policies discriminate against students who report sexual assault.

Read: ESPN: MSU Sought End to Federal Oversight of Title IX Investigations

ESPN: MSU Sought End to Federal Oversight of Title IX Investigations

A document obtained by ESPN also indicates MSU still has not provided all paperwork pertaining to alleged abuse by Larry Nassar.

Read: Dept. of Ed. Publishes Database of Pending Civil Rights Investigations

Dept. of Ed. Publishes Database of Pending Civil Rights Investigations

On Wednesday, the Department of Education published a full list of active civil rights investigations that will be updated monthly.

Read: Feds: Texas Denied Special Education Services to Thousands

Feds: Texas Denied Special Education Services to Thousands

A 15-month investigation by the Department of Education found the Texas Education Agency placed a cap on special education services.

Read: OCR Finds Fla. School Created Hostile Environment for Bullied Student

OCR Finds Fla. School Created Hostile Environment for Bullied Student

An investigation by the Office for Civil Rights determined the school district failed to evaluate the bullied student for an individual education plan.

Read: Dept. of Ed. Opens Third Title IX Investigation into Univ. of Maryland

Dept. of Ed. Opens Third Title IX Investigation into Univ. of Maryland

The Department of Education opened the first two Title IX investigations on January 11 and March 31; both cases remain open.

Read: Department of Education May Limit Scope of Civil Rights Investigations

Department of Education May Limit Scope of Civil Rights Investigations

Under current guidelines, civil rights investigations focus on both the individual complaint and the possibility of a systemic problem.

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