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Explore the debate and science of Title IX.

January 13, 2022

Back to the Drawing Board: Catherine Lhamon Seeks to Amend Title IX Regulations, Again

Teresa Manning

If Catherine Lhamon wants to prove herself a true professional who cares about the civil rights of all, she should focus on stopping the exodus of men from American higher education.

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October 26, 2021

Taking A Trip in the Title IX Time Machine

David Acevedo

As of last week, Catherine Lhamon again holds her old role at OCR—campus due process beware.

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October 14, 2021

The U.S. Senate Must Vote No On Lhamon

Teresa Manning

Catherine Lhamon's nomination to head the Department of Education's Office of Civil rights is up for a full vote by the U.S. Senate on Monday. To secure the due process rights of students......

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September 7, 2021

To Combat the New Title IX, 20 States File Suit

David Acevedo

The group, led by Tennessee, alleges that ED’s new interpretation of Title IX “runs afoul of federal law, regulatory processes, and the Constitution.”

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August 23, 2021

Upside Down and Backward: Title IX Feminist Groups Ignore Sexual Assault Prevention

Teresa Manning

Recent statements by Title IX feminist groups completely ignore ways to prevent sexual misconduct. This is upside down and backward.

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August 4, 2021

Nomination of Catherine Lhamon Fails Senate Committee Vote

Teresa Manning

In an astonishing turn of events, the Senate Committee on Education fails to garner enough votes to appoint Lhamon to her former position at the Office of Civil Rights.

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July 15, 2021

Lhamon Wobbles on Presumption of Innocence, Undermining Confidence that She Can be Fair

Teresa Manning

Catherine Lhamon’s nomination to serve again opens old wounds for victims of the 2011 DCL. Tuesday’s hearing made matters worse.

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June 29, 2021

End Qualified Immunity for Higher Ed Administrators

David Acevedo

Denying public colleges and universities qualified immunity has the potential to change the actions, if not the hearts, of overreaching administrators.

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June 28, 2021

Make University Administrators Pay and Watch Things Change

Teresa Manning

Virginia’s public universities are getting sued—and Virginia’s citizens are paying the price. This needs to change.

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June 22, 2021

ED Celebrates Pride Month with New Interpretation of Title IX

David Acevedo

The Biden administration is on a dangerous path with Title IX, one that will only lead to rampant injustice for students, professors, and administrators alike.

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