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The new mandate would make flirting, sexual jokes, and even many debates, presentations, and other expressions on campus fall under the expanded definition of sexual harassment. "OCR's regulations and policies do not require or prescribe speech,
Education Department is investigating a discrimination complaint against a South Carolina school district. Last month, Union County School District officials were notified of a complaint accusing them of violating Title IX by treating a female
Conn. (AP) Quinnipiac University has agreed to settle the gender equity lawsuit that led a federal judge to rule that cheerleading isn't a sport. The school and the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut announced Friday that under the
A bench trial was held in 2010 in US District Court in the Southern District of California in a class-action suit brought on behalf of all present and future Castle Park High School female students and potential students in the Sweetwater Union
District The National Women's Law Center filed a Title IX lawsuit against a Michigan district last week, charging that it had failed to respond to the alleged sexual assault of a female high school student by a player on.
She should have come and defended, in public, her administration's position on the soccer and baseball teams," he said. "She didn't, I suspect, because her defense of these actions will not stand the light of day." Loeschke announced plans to cut the
Erin Cox The Baltimore Sun Gov. Martin O'Malley suggested Towson University form a task force to study how better to deal with meeting Title IX rules on gender equity. The governor, who proposed giving state money to save the university's baseball
Apr 6, 2013 Story Baltimore Sun The men who play baseball and soccer at Towson University, run track at the University of Delaware and wrestle, swim or golf at any number of other colleges heard the same reason when their teams were cut: Title IX...
The system would use it to distribute matching grants to any Division I school looking to meet Title IX rules on gender equity in its athletic programs. "This gives a little bit of breathing room to allow the baseball supporters the alumni to step up
Towson University baseball could live to fight another year after Gov. Martin O'Malley included an additional $300,000 in his 2014 budget to help the university sort through difficulties with its athletic funding. The baseball program had been slated