A good illustration of how this principle can work.
Prosecutors dropped the case after interviewing 35 witnesses who contradicted the accuser.
Schools are allowed to preserve sex-based restrictions for athletes provided they are "substantially related to the achievement of an important educational objective."
"Coaches must generally consider a variety of factors—both objective and subjective—in managing a team, and these factors include concerns about distractions, team cohesion, and morale."
Do the principles of Title IX in sports apply elsewhere?
The Appeals Panel Rejects a Trangender Student's Bid to Use Bathroom Corresponding to the Student's Gender Identity Instead of Biological Sex.
Judges on The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit disagree over when Title IX claims accrue.
Richard V. Reeves documents terrible trends and suggests solutions that don't come at the expense of women.
"Plaintiff has sought to avail herself of the protections of anonymity (without prior Court order), all the while single-handedly precluding the Named Defendant from the ability to avail himself of similar protections."
The Education Department Asked for Public Comments on Sex Discrimination. It Got an Earful About Trans Athletes Instead.
Of the over 84,000 public comments available on the proposed Title IX regulations, a third included references to both “sex” and “sports.”
Under the new regulations, Title IX investigators can deny students access to the evidence against them.
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The new rules would drop live hearings, bring back the single-investigator model, and limit accused students' options.
The Biden administration just proposed new rules that would undermine basic fairness in college sexual misconduct disputes.
After 50 years, not only has Title IX failed to deliver on its promises for female athletes, it also made men's sports worse.
The "victim-centered" training required by S.B. 2469 would compromise the impartiality of Title IX investigations.
The new law would require all state community college students to attend annual sexual harassment training.
Colorado Private Universities Have Contract & Tort Law Duties to Provide Fair Hearings to Accused Students
A "private educational institution owes a [tort law] duty, independent of any contractual promises, to adopt fair procedures and to implement those procedures with reasonable care when investigating and adjudicating claims of sexual misconduct by one student against another."
The torturous trial calls to mind Title IX investigations on college campuses.
Department of Education Prepares Rules Prohibiting School Discrimination Against Gay and Trans Students
It’s about a lot more than transgender girls’ participation in sports under Title IX, but expect that controversy to dominate the discussion.
The essayist and cultural critic talked about her new book Love in the Time of Contagion, at a live event in New York City.
The Love in the Time of Contagion author says sexual paranoia is on the rise.
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When Does Government "Fairly Represent" Public Interest Groups' Views, Thus Barring Them from Intervening?
An important and interesting question, arising here as to Title IX, free speech, and due process, but relevant more generally as well (and now pending before the Supreme Court).
"I'm not the only person that's been in a situation like this before," says Alyssa Reid, a former employee of James Madison University.
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Culture war bills signed into law in Arkansas, West Virginia, and Tennessee run afoul of Constitution, federal law.
Catherine Lhamon, Once and Future Title IX Czar, Says Campus Rules Don't Require 'Presumption of Innocence'
Her response to questions from the Senate HELP committee were disqualifying.
Biden has tapped her to be assistant secretary for civil rights yet again.
The president has ordered the Education Department to consider rescinding reforms aimed at protecting the due process rights of accused students.
What could go wrong?
The new president could weaken due process protections for accused students, but it won't be easy.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos on schooling during COVID-19, the future of higher ed, and why her cabinet department probably shouldn't exist at all
"[P]laintiff has ... made a sufficient showing that defendant has threatened his academic future in violation of his rights to equal treatment regardless of his sex ...."
The former vice president has a long history of reckless responses to the menaces du jour.
Amy Coney Barrett Condemns Purdue University's 'Fundamentally Unfair' Adjudication of Sexual Assault Claims
The opinion, which suggests a strong concern about due process, will nevertheless be cited as evidence of the SCOTUS nominee's "uniformly conservative" record.
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