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New Title IX regulations no longer require coaches to report sexual misconduct

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New Title IX regulations no longer require coaches to report sexual misconduct

“The adjustments, outlined in a 2,033-page document and set to go into effect Aug. 14, no longer require coaches and other employees at colleges and universities to report allegations to the Title IX office. They also give schools a choice in what standard of proof they’d like to follow, bolster protections for the accused and require live hearings and cross examinations.”

New Title IX regulations no longer require coaches to report sexual misconduct

The rules are part of a wide range of new regulations that change how colleges handle sexual assault reports.

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