College Sexual Assault Rules Changed to Give More Rights to Accused

The Trump administration released new rules Wednesday for how universities should address allegations of sexual assault or misconduct, sparking backlash from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and others who say the changes weaken protections for survivors.

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Access to Literacy Is a Fundamental Right, Sixth Circuit Finds

A Sixth Circuit panel ruled Thursday that a “basic minimum education” is a constitutional right and breathed new life into claims brought by a class of Detroit-area students who say they were denied fundamental access to literacy as a result of the city’s crumbling public school system.

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Students at Reopened Christian College Demand Refund of Campus Fees

A group of students filed a class action against Liberty University demanding a refund of dorm and parking fees after the private Christian college made the controversial decision last month to bring students and faculty back to campus during the coronavirus pandemic.

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