“Demand justice and support for all survivors, even as a graduate of this institution,” said an email sent to graduating seniors.
Members of fraternities and their supporters say the college’s decision this week to ban off-campus fraternities is an ineffective public relations move.
Sex discrimination under Title IX extends to claims based on gender identity and failure to conform to stereotypes of masculinity and femininity, the U.S. Department of Education formalized Tuesday in guidance relating to sexual violence in schools.
Rape survivors and higher education experts weigh in on the White House’s confusing new guidelines.
The first report of the White House Task Force to
Protect Students from Sexual Assault covers mandatory reporting, federal coordination, and transparency concerning Title IX investigations.
The Massachusetts school failed to comply with Title IX, the Department of Education said Monday. UPDATED.
The White House Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault is ready to announce its recommendations, according to student activists and victim’s rights advocates who will attend Tuesday’s event.
A pair of prosecutors known for helping schools accused of mishandling sexual assault cases is under fire from victims and activists. Do Title IX consultants work for students or the administrators that hire them?
Nearly two dozen students allege that the university discriminated against students with mental health issues and failed to comply with federal laws to ensure equal access to education and respond to reports of sexual assault.
For the first time, the faculty member at the heart of the conflict tells her story. Also exclusive: allegations from the complaint that opened a federal investigation into the private California college.
Title IX Team, a student group at Columbia University, held a photo booth event on Valentine’s Day to show support for sexual assault survivors.
“The school made me feel like I didn’t matter and what happened to me wasn’t a big deal,” one recent grad said. Students and alumni filed federal complaints against Berkeley on Wednesday.
“[T]ransgender students … are protected from sex-based discrimination under Title IX,” Education and Justice department officials wrote. Federal law keeps moving toward transgender protections.
A former Stanford women’s soccer player on life after mandated gender equality.