Due Process

On April 2, 2021, FIRE and the Electronic Frontier Foundation wrote to Dartmouth College’s Geisel School of Medicine amid reports the school had accused approximately 20 students of academic misconduct, urging the medical school to be cautious in evaluating the logs allegedly indicating that students had accessed materials during their exams. Students complained publicly —... Read more Read more


Due Process

On July 14, 2020, the State University of New York at Binghamton announced a plan to address campus sexual assault in part by automatically suspending “Greek life organizations that are connected in any way to a sexual assault case, immediately at the time that the sexual assault is reported, with permanent removal of recognition to... Read more Read more


Due Process

In August 2020, Lewis & Clark College required incoming students to attend an event called “Engage for Racial Justice” as part of the college’s New Student Orientation. Students had to provide their race—either “Black,” “IPOC (Indigenous, Person of Color),” or “White”—so the college could segregate students into “affinity groups.” FIRE wrote to Lewis & Clark... Read more Read more


Cases

Victim Rights Law Center, Equal Rights Advocates, Legal Voice, and Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation v. Elisabeth D. DeVos; Kenneth L. Marcus, and United States Department of Education (U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts) (filed June 10, 2020 by National Women’s Law Center) Read more


Cases

State of New York v. United States Department of Education and Elisabeth DeVos (U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York) (filed June 4, 2020) Read more


Due Process

Pennsylvania, New Jersey, California, Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and D.C. v. Elisabeth D. Devos, United States Department of Education, and Texas (U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia) (filed June 4, 2020) Read more


Cases

Know Your IX; Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates, Inc.; Girls For Gender Equity; and Stop Sexual Assault In Schools v. Elisabeth D. DeVos; Kenneth L. Marcus, and United States Department of Education (U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland) (filed May 14, 2020 by the ACLU) Read more


Cases

In December 2019, St. Thomas University graduate student Natalia Garceau expressed complaints about STU’s Ed.D. program. The university summarily expelled Garceau, apparently without providing her any of the due process protections it promises to its students, including notice of charges, a preliminary conference, a hearing, and an appeal process. FIRE wrote to STU in January,... Read more Read more


Cases

On May 6, 2020, the Department of Education finalized regulations that guarantee college students important free speech and due process rights on campus. Read more


Due Process

On April 8, 2020, Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) student Russell Parker was golfing on his nearly-empty campus when a staff member ordered him to leave and threatened to tow his nearby car if he refused. Parker asked the administrator if he was “on some kind of power trip” and said he was “being an... Read more Read more



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