"In 2011, the U.S. Department of Education set tough new standards for how schools should handle cases of sexual misconduct on campus under Title IX. Despite requiring schools to address these cases more promptly than ever before, some alleged victims say the investigations have made matters worse, and many of the accused claim they're being denied due process. Now, the Trump administration has offered a new set of guidelines. Will that fix the problems?
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