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Candice Jackson on Campus Sex Assault: ‘We’re Not Asking Schools to Step In as Courts of Law’

Candice Jackson on Campus Sex Assault: ‘We’re Not Asking Schools to Step In as Courts of Law’ By Sarah Brown OCTOBER 26, 2017 Evan Vucci, AP Images Candice Jackson, the U.S. Education Department’s acting assistant secretary for civil rights: "I don’t think that a presumption that you’re not going to be held responsible until you’re proven [...]

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Lawsuit challenges Department of Education’s rescission of 2011 ‘Dear Colleague’ letter

Lawsuit challenges Department of Education’s rescission of 2011 ‘Dear Colleague’ letter By Susan Kruth October 24, 2017 Last Thursday, Equal Means Equal, “a national non-profit organization that advocates for sex/gender equality and fully equal rights for women,” and three anonymous individual plaintiffs filed a federal lawsuit challenging the Department of Education’s rescission of the April 4, 2011, “Dear Colleague” letter [...]

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Due Process Is Making A Comeback For College Students Accused Of Rape

Due Process Is Making A Comeback For College Students Accused Of Rape California Gov. Jerry Brown is the first supporter of Obama-era guidance to urge caution and note the racial disparity in campus tribunals. By Ashe Schow OCTOBER 23, 2017 Many times throughout history societies cast aside the idea of due process, such as during the Salem witch [...]

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‘Willing to Do Everything,’ Mothers Defend Sons Accused of Sexual Assault

‘Willing to Do Everything,’ Mothers Defend Sons Accused of Sexual Assault By ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS and CHRISTINA CAPECCHIOCT. 22, 2017 Sherry Warner Seefeld, right, meeting last month in a restaurant in Eagan, Minn., with other mothers of students who had been accused of campus sexual assault. CreditTim Gruber for The New York Times Four women met late last month at [...]

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An Unexpected Ally for Betsy DeVos on Campus Sexual Assault

An Unexpected Ally for Betsy DeVos on Campus Sexual Assault Jerry Brown, California's Democratic governor, has vetoed a bill that would’ve codified into law Obama-era guidance on Title IX. A group of demonstrators protest Education Secretary Betsy DeVos as she delivers a policy address on Title IX enforcement.Mike Theiler / Reuters  EMILY YOFFE   CT 19, [...]

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Judge slaps down college for judging accused student guilty without cross-examination of accuser

Judge slaps down college for judging accused student guilty without cross-examination of accuser GREG PIPER - ASSOCIATE EDITOR •OCTOBER 19, 2017 Applied policy to him that didn’t exist at the time The Obama administration warned colleges against cross-examining students who claim they were victims of sexual misconduct, but judges who hear the lawsuits of accused students [...]

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Judge slaps down college for judging accused student guilty without cross-examination of accuser

Judge slaps down college for judging accused student guilty without cross-examination of accuser GREG PIPER - ASSOCIATE EDITOR •OCTOBER 19, 2017 Applied policy to him that didn’t exist at the time The Obama administration warned colleges against cross-examining students who claim they were victims of sexual misconduct, but judges who hear the lawsuits of accused students [...]

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Young men’s lives matter, too

Young men’s lives matter, too The punishment of sexual villainy, however appalling, requires fairness, care and due process. Illustration on the growing accusations against men as a group for sexual misconduct by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times more > By Suzanne Fields - - Wednesday, October 18, 2017 ANALYSIS/OPINION: Everybody despises Harvey. Usually by this time in the public [...]

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Jerry Brown Vetoes Campus Sexual Assault Bill Because It Threatens Due Process

Jerry Brown Vetoes Campus Sexual Assault Bill Because It Threatens Due Process "Depriving any student of higher education opportunities should not be done lightly," says the California governor. Robby Soave|Oct. 16, 2017 3:29 pm  Geodakyan Artyom/ZUMA Press/NewscomToday California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 169, which would have codified the Obama-era Education Department's guidance for how [...]

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California’s Attempt To Reject Betsy DeVos’s Campus Rape Policies Just Failed

California's Attempt To Reject Betsy DeVos’s Campus Rape Policies Just Failed Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed the bill, which was designed to undercut Betsy DeVos’s Title IX overhaul. Posted on October 16, 2017, at 3:29 p.m. Tyler Kingkade  BuzzFeed News Reporter   Valerie Macon / AFP / Getty Images Gov. Jerry Brown California's governor vetoed a bill overnight [...]

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