2020 Top US Colleges By Open Title IX Investigations
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Sexual Violence and Gender Discrimination — The Unexpected Cost of Education

Title IX is a federal civil rights law originally enacted in 1972 to provide equal academic and athletics opportunities for women and men. The law covers a broad scope of issues and have been commonly mobilized in campus sexual misconduct cases in recent years.

Navigate through the tabs on the left to explore all 734* open cases at higher education institutions, learn about the history of and current sentiment around Title IX, read about the filing process and a discussion on missing data regarding lived experiences (which you can help complete).

*This number, updated March 17, 2020, only reflects a tiny fraction of the number of cases that have been filed and resolved at the Office of Civil Rights under the Department of Education, it does not include cases that are being filed internally at institutions nor unreported incidents.