November 25, 2020
Even in this rollercoaster of a year, there is still much for which we may be thankful. Here are our top five encouraging higher ed developments from 2020.
November 3, 2020
In this report, NAS Director of Policy Teresa Manning examines the weaponization of Title IX, an equal access law that has morphed into an administrative behemoth of campus sex monitors.
September 8, 2020
The new Title IX is officially in effect, and colleges and universities have begun creating their own sexual discrimination offices in what may be an effort to avoid the updated regulations.
September 1, 2020
A newly penned open letter by Dr. Ellwanger, one that not only states opposition to current trends in higher education, but also outlines specific ways that we may resist them.
August 26, 2020
Colleges and universities are devising their own sexual misconduct policies separate from Title IX in what may be an effort to evade the new regulations.
July 9, 2020
The newly issued Title IX regulations, set to take effect on August 14, have faced four primary groups of opponents filing lawsuits. The clock is ticking—will these counter-efforts be enough?
June 3, 2020
NAS critiques AAUP's response to the new Title IX regulations. We urge the association to return to a careful and balanced approach, fitting to an organization of university professors.
May 12, 2020
NAS congratulates and thanks Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for tackling the many problems that plague Title IX administration at America's colleges and universities.
April 7, 2020
University administrators should not have immunity when they violate the due process rights of students.
April 3, 2020
Now is an ideal time: With most students off campus due to the coronavirus crisis, Title IX administrators have time to revise policies to comply with the new regulations and return to Supreme Court s...