A Changing Title IX Landscape Brings Challenges For Schools

By Lisa Lori and Stephanie Wolbransky (March 17, 2021, 2:08 PM EDT) -- Over the past 10 years, colleges and universities have grappled with contradictory guidance regarding their responsibility in connection with sexual discrimination and harassment on campus.

From a so-called Dear Colleague letter issued during the Obama administration, to the narrow regulations released during the Trump administration, colleges and universities across the country have received conflicting instructions from the U.S. Department of Education on how to enforce Title IX on campus.[1]

Title IX guidance appears to be in flux again. This article addresses the responsibilities of a decision maker in a Title IX due process hearing; specifically, which regulations and procedures apply to...

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