This podcast was originally published on EducationNext.
The Department of Education’s proposed new Title IX regulations have generated over 72,000 comments and a lot of debate, especially the requirement that schools allow students who have filed sexual-assault complaints to be cross-examined.
As the public comment period for the new rules is about to close, Shep Melnick joins Marty West to discuss how federal mandates on sexual harassment have evolved and what happens next.
Melnick wrote about the proposed changes in “New Title IX Rules Require Hearings, Cross-Examinations in Colleges But Not High Schools.”
For more information, see the original article.