THE Future Of OCR’s Dear Colleague Letter

Since 2011, the federal government has made successful and devastating efforts to undermine civil liberties on campuses. The surprise outcome of the presidential election raises at least the possibility that this illicit campaign, based on a vast extension of Title IX, will be reversed. Thousands of students accused of sexual misconduct but denied due process have been victimized. In order to change systems that have been designed to avoid due process, it may well require a new, more affirmative push by the Department of Education requiring colleges to fundamentally alter everything they’ve been told they had to do over the past few years in order to create a constitutionally appropriate system. By Scott H. Greenfield

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