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Commentary: Lax enforcement of Title IX means schools are not held accountable enough for mishandling sexual assaults

Aljazeera America, Nov. 1, 2013

Commentary by: Alexandra Brodsky

Campus sexual assault attorneys have seen the utter lack of basic protections for students, and the article below highlights Title IX requirements and the lack of protection from sexual assault that universities are giving students now.

“Schools are required to provide support for sexual-assault survivors and establish procedures for reporting incidents underTitle IX, which prohibits gender-based discrimination at federally funded schools. Instead, students across the country have turned to their colleges for assistance, only to be silenced, shamed, forced off campus and even forcibly institutionalized.”

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