Monday, August 29, 2011

Back to school special: Informative sources regarding the Department of Education's April 4 "Dear Colleague" letter

*Department of Education's April 4 "Dear Colleague" directive



*Jennifer C. Braceras, Civil rights wronged on campus



*Sandy Hingston, The new rules of college sex



*Peter Berkowitz, College Rape Accusations and the Presumption of Male Guilt



*Robert Shibley, A warning to college parents and grandparents



*Paul Elam, An urgent and rare opportunity to speak out



*Cynthia Bell, Rape should be tough to prove



*Christina Hoff Sommers, In making campuses safe for women, a travesty of justice for men



*Cathy Young, Sexual Assault on Campus--Is It Exaggerated?



*AAUP, First letter to Department of Education



*AAUP, Second letter to Department of Education



*Tim Cavanaugh,  Stanford so smart even its rapists are logical



*Jacob Sullum, At the University of North Dakota, yes also means no 



*Ilya Shapiro,  Due Process stops at the campus gates?



*Harry Crouch, The death of due process for men in higher education



*Charlotte Hays, The pesumption of male guilt



*Harvey Silverglate, Yes means yes, except on campus



*Jeffrey Hadden, The feds' campus Keystone Kops



*Michael Barone, Feds crack down on campus flirting, sex jokes



*Hans Bader, Education Department Undermines Due Process and Accuracy in Campus Sexual Harassment Cases



*Hans Bader, Education Department “Dear Colleague” Letter Shreds Presumption of Innocence in Harassment Cases, Ignoring Supreme Court



*Hans Bader, Falsely accused teachers and students will be harmed by new Education Department policy



*Pierce Harlan, The Chances of Holding Your Son Responsible for a Rape He Didn’t Commit Have Just Skyrocketed



*Mark Bennett, Stanford and the loss of innocence



*Greg Lukianoff, Yale, the Department of Education and the looming free speech crisis



*FIRE, letter to Department of Education



*FIRE, FAQ for Students on New OCR Mandates