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Biden’s Lawless Title IX Czar Faces Much Tougher Courts The Second Time Around

Catherine Lhamon’s road to confirmation was tumultuous at best. After a Senate committee failed to confirm her, Biden’s pick to lead the Office for Civil Rights in the Department of Education was narrowly confirmed in a 51-50 vote along party lines. Lhamon’s difficulties are of her own making; during the Obama administration, she led the charge against students’ civil rights…

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‘We Will Remember What They Try To Cancel:’ New Database Quantifies Campus Cancel Culture

Documenting hundreds of doxxed professors, postponed student events, and torn-down statues, the College Fix’s new database quantifies how cancel culture affects college campuses. The publication’s “Campus Cancel Culture Database” chronicles attempted or confirmed cancellations across campuses, detailing assaults on freedom of speech, religious freedom, controversial political ideas, and more. “We want to remember what they’re trying to cancel. We want…

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Stanford Law Students Issue Guide To Dismantle ‘Patriarchal Racial Colonial Capitalism’

Law students at Stanford University are using their status and prestige to tell “radical” first-year students that it is hip to destroy America. The Stanford National Lawyers Guild (NLG), a group at Stanford Law School comprised of left-wing students seeking to “challenge systemic criminalization and marginalization of people of color,” sent the first-years a guide to how to persist while…

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Despite Legal Chastening, Biden Seeks To Revive Campus Kangaroo Sex Courts

Last week, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) in the Biden Education Department began its “comprehensive review” of Title IX, the federal law that bans sex discrimination at schools receiving federal funds but is now used mostly to address sexual misconduct on campus. This is widely seen as the first step to roll back due process gains made under President…

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Homeschooling Skyrocketed In 2020, As Much As 700 Percent In Some States

Between May and October 2020, homeschooling more than doubled among U.S. households with school-age children, from 5.4 percent that spring to 11.1 percent that fall, according to new Census Bureau data. Black and Hispanic Americans were the most likely to switch to homeschooling, while white and Asian Americans were the least likely. This could be due to the fact that…

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A BLM Activist Sicced My University On A Conservative Student — And Failed

Over the past year, the National Association of Scholars has tracked 172 incidents of “cancel culture” involving leftist shaming of conservatives on campus. Make that 173. Three weeks ago, one of my students, “John,” reached out to me. He was unable to register for fall classes, having been flagged as a “student of concern” by our director of conduct and…

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