US college students expelled for using medical marijuana in legal states are suing their schools for ‘health discrimination’

Colleges across the US are being sued by former students who were expelled after testing positive for marijuana The students say they have medical cannabis cards and live in states where the drug is legal  Medical marijuana is currently legal in 33 states and the District of Columbia  Students are…
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High School Opts to Segregate Swimmers by Sex, Risks Violating Title IX

In February, a male swimmer from Fishers, Indiana was allowed to compete in the state swimming championship meet despite three accusations of sexual harassment by female members of his own swim team. At most high schools, boys’ and girls’ swimming teams practice together and compete at the same meets. But…
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Victims Demand Due Process Rights in Title IX Cases

Marshall University of West Virginia has settled a lawsuit with a former freshman student who alleged that the university’s Title IX judiciary bungled her complaint of a rape that occurred in her residence hall. A witness, also in the room, corroborated the student’s account that she withdrew consent by repeatedly…
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Professors May Not Be Prepared to Address Bias and Discrimination Among Students

A study conducted every three years by UCLA’s Higher Education Research Institute shows that professors throughout the United States are deeply concerned about discrimination and bias on campus. At the same time, the HERI survey shows that professors do not believe they are prepared to deal with these kinds of…
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