Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Thursday called for replacing the Obama administration's rules for investigating allegations of sexual violence on campuses across the country with a more “workable, effective and fair system.”
During a speech at George Mason University, DeVos announced plans to review and overhaul the way colleges and universities handle investigations.
“Here is what I’ve learned: the truth is that the system established by the prior administration has failed too many students,” DeVos said.
She added, “Survivors, victims of a lack of due process, and campus administrators have all told me that the current approach does a disservice to everyone involved. That’s why we must do better, because the current approach isn’t working.”
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