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  • Writer's pictureRebecca Natow

Title IX and Judicial-Like Procedures on College Campuses

Inside Higher Education reports that Title IX regulations have created legalistic procedures on college campuses that have come to closely resemble court proceedings.

College campuses have had to adjust to changes in Title IX policy since the Obama administration released its first Dear Colleague letter on the policy in 2011. The Trump administration rescinded the Obama-era guidance and issued new Title IX regulations that, in the words of Inside Higher Education: "narrowed the types of cases that fall under Title IX, limited the discretion of Title IX coordinators to create policies and procedures on their campuses, and created a complex, lengthy and intimidating process that many believe has deterred reporting instances of sexual violence or discrimination."

Read Inside Higher Education's full report here.

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