U.S. Division of Schooling Holds Penn State Accountable for its Failure to Shield College students from Sexual Misconduct, Requires Main Overhaul of Title IX Procedures Following Compliance Evaluation

WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of Schooling Betsy DeVos introduced right now that the Workplace for Civil Rights (OCR) is requiring main adjustments at Pennsylvania State College after discovering that the varsity failed to guard college students and deal with their complaints of sexual abuse within the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal. The prior administration did not resolve the investigation, which opened in early 2014.  “As I’ve mentioned earlier than, ‘justice delayed is justice denied,’ and for too lengthy the scholars of Penn State have been denied justice,” mentioned Secretary…

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Celts’ Good fined $35,000 for repeated misconduct to refs

NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA fined Boston guard Marcus Smart $35,000 on Thursday for his remedy of referees — a punishment the league mentioned mirrored his historical past of misconduct on the court docket. The league cited Good for confronting and verbally abusing the sport officers on the finish of the Celtics‘ 129-120 time beyond regulation loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday. Good was known as for a foul with 0.2 seconds left in regulation and the Celtics main by three. Caris LeVert made all three free throws…

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McKenna Denson may drop her lawsuit in opposition to the LDS Church over sexual misconduct by mission president

The girl who has accused the previous head of Provo’s Missionary Coaching Heart of sexual misconduct instructed a federal choose on Tuesday she may wish to drop her lawsuit in opposition to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. However on Tuesday, Denson mentioned she may be prepared to simply dismiss the case. “I’m undecided I wish to safe counsel on the time,” Denson instructed Pead over the phone from her office in Colorado. However Denson did not look like she had made up her thoughts fairly but. She…

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