Teen Victims Beg School Board Not to Let Sex Offender Back in School


“Title IX is never about whether charges were filed,” Warkov continues. “It’s always about protecting the students.”

And that’s regardless if the incident happened on school grounds or not, Title IX attorney Karen V. Truszkowski told the Livingston Daily, which has been covering the Brighton case from the start. “A lot of schools think, if an assault happened off school property, (schools) are not responsible. That’s not the case. If it was at someone’s house or in a field … it doesn’t matter. If it affects a student’s ability to get an education, then the school is responsible for making sure that student is able to get their education.”

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December 7, 2017