By Matt Lamb at The College Fix
More training and classes, but a higher threshold for expulsion
Stanford University could have the most fair process for dealing with sexual assault allegations among major universities – if its student and faculty governments approve the expansion of a pilot program slated for next school year.
While a task force report last week includes recommendations typical of its peers at other schools, it also proposes a higher bar for handing out severe penalties and discourages the so-called single-investigator model for handling allegations...
Schools: Stanford University