Proposed Title IX regulations would roll back essential free speech, due process protections for college students

Source: Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression
by staff

“Today, the Department of Education proposed new Title IX regulations that, if implemented, would gut essential free speech and due process rights for college students facing sexual misconduct allegations on campus. As required by federal law, the department must now solicit public feedback before the pending rules are finalized. … These changes authorize or require institutions to violate fundamental student and faculty civil liberties. The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression will submit its formal objections to the proposed changes in the coming weeks.” (06/23/22)