The education secretary’s policy switch will let schools off the hook, focusing on the ‘victims of the lack of due process’ rather than serial offenders.
As she announced the rollback of Obama-era rules on campus sexual assault, education secretary Betsy DeVos seemed at times less like the head of the Department of Education than the department of rape apologists. “The truth is that the system established by the prior administration has failed too many students,” DeVos said in a speech at George Mason University on Thursday afternoon.
Education secretary Betsy DeVos on Thursday announced the department will rewrite Obama-era policy for investigating sexual assaults on college campuses. DeVos, who met with men’s rights activists earlier this summer, promised the T...
During a planned press conference on Thursday, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced that “the era of rule by letter is over” with regards to campus sexual assault.
Betsy DeVos’s Education Department is re-evaluating the get-tough policies on campus sexual assault that were enforced by the Obama administration.
The Education Secretary claims the effort to crackdown on college sexual assaults denied due process to the accused and didn’t adequately protect victims.