LAWSUITS From Accused Students Costing Colleges Big$$

Over the past six years, students who believe they were falsely accused of sexual assault have sued colleges.  On average, United Educators and colleges ended up paying $187,000 per case. In 40 percent of the cases, institutions were out more than $200,000. In nearly 60 percent of the accused-student cases reviewed, at least one of the students involved had consumed alcohol. By Sarah Brown

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