In today's Indianpolis Star Tribune, op-ed contributor Daniel A. Cohen provides a solid analysis of the unusual situation Butler University
has found itself in following an OCR compliance review. The school is now figuring out how to address two of the findings: There are less female athletes than male athletes, but more female athletes than male athletes ...
For Erin Buzuvis, co-author of the Title IX Blog, why yes, relaying all of the facts to her readers is just too difficult. Case in point: Her post detailing Butler University
's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) compliance review wrap-up leaves out a key point simply because it does not align with her views.
The examination was conducted to address two ...
A U.S. Department of Education press release announced today, "U.S. Education Department Reaches Agreement with Butler University
to Resolve Title IX Athletics Compliance Review."
The investigation, which began last summer to assess the number of opportunities offered to female students and whether scholarships are allocated according to athletic ...
According to yesterday's edition of its student newspaper, the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights has initiated a Title IX review at Butler University
From the Butler Collegian:
is facing pressure and a potential investigation from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights.
The OCR is “cond...