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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.

Read: Clery Act Requirements For Study Abroad And Field Trips

Clery Act Requirements For Study Abroad And Field Trips

What role does the Clery Act play in field trips, study abroad programs and sports tournaments?

Read: Dept. of Ed. Alerts Schools of ‘New Type of Cyber Attacks’

Dept. of Ed. Alerts Schools of ‘New Type of Cyber Attacks’

The letter was meant to raise awareness about hacking methods like cyber extortion and educate school officials on how to respond.

Read: Clery Act Geography: Definitions and Example Maps

Clery Act Geography: Definitions and Example Maps

Here’s a comprehensive Clery Act geography explainer featuring definitions and Clery example maps.

Read: 5 Title IX Changes Announced By Department of Education

5 Title IX Changes Announced By Department of Education

The Title IX changes include the removal of the preponderance of evidence standard requirement.

Read: Department of Education Issues New Interim Guidance on Campus Sexual Misconduct

Department of Education Issues New Interim Guidance on Campus Sexual Misconduct

A new Q&A will serve as an interim guide until the conclusion of notice and comment rulemaking; 2011 and 2014 guidances have been withdrawn.

Read: University System of Georgia Revises Sexual Assault Policies

University System of Georgia Revises Sexual Assault Policies

The new policies give authority to a system-level office during sexual assault and other student misconduct investigations.

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