The US Department of Education has is currently investigating dozens of prominent universities in the wake of the 10/7 attack on Israel and the campus protests that followed. Today it released findings regarding two of those schools, the City University of New York and the University of Michigan. The reports found that both schools failed to properly investigate incidents which were covered by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which protects students from discrimination based on shared ancestry.

In its report on the University of Michigan, the agency’s Office of Civil Rights said, “the University appears not to have taken steps to assess whether incidents about which it had notice individually or cumulatively created a hostile environment for students, faculty, or staff, and, if so, to take steps reasonably calculated to end the hostile environment, remedy its effects, and prevent its recurrence.”

The federal agency reviewed 67 complaints – many of which predated the Israel-Hamas conflict – and found “the University only investigated and made findings in a single complaint.” […]

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