By Colleen Flaherty
The Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights brought needed attention to the problem of sexual assault and harassment on college campuses with its 2011 letter telling institutions to enforce the law. But in so doing, the office has created a slew of new problems with implications for free speech and academic freedom. That’s the premise of a lengthy new report from the American Association of University Professors.
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- Tenure Rights and the Rise of Title IX: a Looming Culture Clash (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
- Title IX Interpretations Could Threaten Academic Freedom, Report Says (The Harvard Crimson)
- AAUP Slams Education Dept. and Colleges Over Title IX Enforcement (Chronicle of Higher Education)