November 10th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Two years after a UA student accused school officials of failing to protect her from an abusive football player, campus officials are making a federal anti-discrimination law a priority and taking their own multifaceted approach to address it — and they’re working alongside the athletic department to help spread the message. The UA’s overhaul began in February 2018, when it hired an outside lawyer to review the school’s Title IX policies and procedures. Title IX is the federal law that says all students are entitled to an education free from discrimination, including sexual harassment, abuse and domestic or dating violence. -Caitlin Schmidt, Arizona Daily Star. Read More.

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