Bill aims to crack down on campus sexual assault
U.S. colleges and universities that fail to take steps to curb sexual assault on their campuses would face stiff penalties under a proposal introduced in the Senate Wednesday.
A key provision would require colleges to conduct an annual, anonymous survey in which students would be asked about their experiences with sexual assault on campus. Colleges would be required to publish the results online "so that parents and high school students can make an informed choice when comparing universities," a summary of the bill says.
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