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  • Writer's pictureRebecca Natow

New Title IX Regulations Creating Burden for Community Colleges

Inside Higher Education reported today that the new Title IX regulations are "requiring costly new processes for handling sexual misconduct complaints [that] are burdensome and unnecessary for largely commuter campuses." Community colleges claim that "the new requirements don't take into account the differences between traditional four-year, residential institutions and two-year commuter colleges that are more likely to serve young working adults and older students and less likely to get numerous reports of sexual assault."

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