Mandatory changes to Title IX allows the opportunity to avoid expulsion or suspension for students.
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Just one year after the Title IX legislation passed, nearly 295,000 women were welcomed into the world of sports, and as of 2011, over 3 million women were participating in sports, both in high school and college. A screening of the film “Sporting Chance: The Lasting Legacy of Title IX”[Read More…]
After a long work week, 25-year-old Shayda Monjezi, a Cal State Long Beach film graduate, decided to unwind with a few drinks in Downtown Long Beach. But her night took a turn when she was almost assaulted by a drunk pedestrian. A man attempted to get her attention by whistling[Read More…]
Sexual assault and harassment are prevalent on college campuses, and the decision by Secretary of Education Betsy Devos on Sept. 22 to withdraw former President Barack Obama’s letter from Title IX will make it even more so. The changes to Title IX will make victims of assault less likely to[Read More…]
An era of strict policy came to a close last Friday when U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced changes regarding Title IX and the subsequent withdrawal of the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter on Sexual Assault. The U.S. Department of Education released an interim Q&A that outlines the department’s current[Read More…]