Skip to comments.Title IX Administrators Think Obama’s Still President
Posted on 04/13/2017 9:04:11 AM PDT by Academiadotorg
At a time when even liberals think that federal Title IX rules have gone too far in sexual harassment cases, college administrators who help to enforce them remain oblivious to their excesses.
The Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) published their "Playbook," per a recent press release. ATIXA heralded their "Playbook" as a "120-page book developed by nationally-recognized experts and field-leading practitioners as a comprehensive guide to ensure that the resolution of sexual misconduct allegations on college campuses is done right." What is the subtitle? "Best Practices for the Post-Regulatory Era."
ATIXA claimed that the subtitle was chosen "to highlight the focus of the book on what colleges and universities should be doing to address sexual misconduct, rather than on what they must be doing to achieve compliance." The association claimed, "Higher education isn't headed back to the pre-2011 era, and this book helps to point the way forward for the field."
The Playbook costs $129 for non-members, or it is "free" when you become a member of the association (the membership fee for an individual is $599). There was no mention of the kangaroo courts that are commonplace in sexual misconduct cases. Nor was there any mention of the lack of due process on college campuses when a student is accused of sexual misconduct.
Defund, Repeal and Dismantle
Leave nothing of the federal involvement.
Was there mention of the tragic suicide of a student at the University of TX-Arlington who was wrongly accused by a homosexual student of rape? The charge was made in revenge because he, a heterosexual spurned the homosexual’s advances.
He needed only one more course to graduate, but was kicked out of it. He was unable to defend himself as the administration would not allow it and became so depressed that he chose suicide to living in that situation.
How many of those involved should be charged in his wrongful death?
Pretending that “transgender” people are normal and Title IX are incompatible. I expect unending problems.
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