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The Curious Case of the Missing Campus Statistic

Yesterday, The Atlantic’s Emily Yoffe finished her indispensable three-part series on campus sexual assault by examine (as much as she could) the “question of race” in campus adjudications. I say “as much as she could” because it turns out that there actually isn’t much good data on the racial impact of campus policies. Here’s Yoffe: How race plays into the issue of campus sexual assault is almost completely unacknowledged by the government. While the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), which regulates how colleges respond to sexual assault, collects a lot of data on race, it does not require colleges and universities
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