On College Campuses, Title IX Transforms Response to Sexual Assault, But Not Without Critics

On College Campuses, Title IX Transforms Response to Sexual Assault, But Not Without Critics

April 17, 2012
Originally published in The Washington Post

From an Associated Press article:

Hans Bader, an attorney who worked at OCR under the Bush administration, says OCR’s guidelines “stack the deck against the accused.” He and other critics contend that OCR is misreading the law. They argue preponderance is an appropriate standard for determining if a college has violated Title IX. But for an individual student, a higher standard should be required — or at least allowed.