Jul 17, 2015

Can colleges handle sexual assault cases fairly? - LA Times

Over the past few years, colleges and universities across the country have overhauled their sexual misconduct policies in response to complaints from students and women's advocates and under pressure from U.S. Department of Education officials, who have issued new guidelines and launched investigations into dozens of schools. That's a good thing, generally speaking, because many schools had long...

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