Monthly Archives: July 2015

Issadore authors campus reporting article on Noodle.com

“It may be simpler to assume that one system and a single response can address every case and the needs of each victim — but it is misguided. It is dangerous. It is reductive. It also contradicts federal law.” http://ow.ly/Q8qFVContinue reading

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Issadore quoted in Daily Tar Heel on sexual assault education

“(An) intentional, well thought out, consistent plan throughout the academic year is what can truly prevent sexual violence,” Issadore said. http://ow.ly/PK7uK

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Sokolow quoted in AlJazeera America on schools’ processes

“A lot of cases are coming out showing as that [schools’] processes aren’t working,” [Sokolow] said. “If you engage in a corrupt process like this, the courts are going to hold you accountable.” http://ow.ly/PK5JA

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Huffington Post quotes Sokolow on accused student lawsuits

“Settling is higher education’s way of making sure that precedent is not set, and there have been as many settlements as decisions favoring campus defendants,” said Brett Sokolow. http://ow.ly/PH76c

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ATIXA Member Survey highlighted in Chronicle of Higher Education

The Association of Title IX Administrators, known as Atixa, on Thursday released the results of a survey of coordinators and other Title IX officials at more than 400 institutions, examining coordinators’ duties at a time when colleges face pressure on … Continue reading

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