18 Democratic attorneys general sue DeVos over campus sexual violence rules

18 Democratic attorneys general sue DeVos over campus sexual violence rules

Dive Brief: Eighteen Democratic attorneys general have sued U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos over her new regulations governing how colleges should investigate and respond to sexual violence on campus.  They argue the rules undermine the intent of Title IX, the federal law barring campus sex discrimination, by reducing the number of incidents colleges would […]
Reopening campuses is vital, college presidents tell lawmakers

Reopening campuses is vital, college presidents tell lawmakers

Dive Brief: In testimony before the Senate’s health and education committee Thursday, three college presidents outlined their plans to reopen campuses for the fall term, detailing the potentially costly precautions they would take to stem the spread of the...
2020 British Columbia International Education Award winners honoured

2020 British Columbia International Education Award winners honoured

The 11th BCCIE International Education Awards, distributed virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic, honoured individuals whose work has positioned the province as a “leader in attracting and supporting international students and in delivering innovative global...
17 states, DC challenge new Title IX regulations’ impact on schools

17 states, DC challenge new Title IX regulations’ impact on schools

Dive Brief: Democratic attorneys general from 17 states and the District of Columbia on Thursday filed a lawsuit against U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos over new Title IX rules released in May. The lawsuit claims putting in place the rules by the Aug. 14...