(Washington Examiner) Colleges and universities across the country have been forced by the federal government to micromanage the sex lives of students, and now they are seeing the costs associated with those demands.
So far in 2016, eight different judges have ruled favorably for students accused of campus sexual assault who are suing their universities for gender discrimination and a lack of due process. The most recent ruling involved a student at the University of Southern California involving a male student who was expelled for what other people did to a woman he was having sex with.
Gary Pavela, who edits the "Law and Policy's Report" from the Association of Student Conduct Administration, told Inside Higher Ed that "Something is going seriously wrong" with the schools that are now losing in the courts.
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