School’s Actions Not Deliberately Indifferent in Response to Student’s Title IX Sexual Harassment and Sexual Discrimination Claims

By , News, The Extra Mile Newsletter

The Seventh Circuit upheld a Wisconsin district court’s dismissal of a middle school student’s claims of sexual harassment and sexual discrimination, finding that the school’s response to the claims did not rise to the level of deliberate indifference as defined by the August 2020 Title IX regulations.

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City Violated FOIA by Completely Withholding Police “Action Plan” Where Certain Content Was Not Exempt

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A reminder that public bodies cannot simply withhold entire documents just because some of the contents are exempt. An Illinois appellate court found that the City of Chicago could not completely withhold a police “action plan” regarding a planned response to the verdict in the highly publicized trial of Jason Van Dyke, where it contained both exempt and non-exempt content.

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