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#MeToo movement’s next step? Colleges’ approach to sexual assault - Vox
The process is based on the principles of restorative justice, an approach that focuses on repairing the harm done to a survivor rather than on assigning punishment to a perpetrator. At TCNJ, the process starts with a question, Jacoby said: What would the perpetrator “need to hear, see, complete, or do, to recognize and acknowledge the potential harm, and for that to potentially be repaired?”
metoo  highered  newjersey  college  sexualassault  restorativejustice 
october 2019 by dirtystylus
The College Dropout Crisis
For too long, she added, university leaders have been distracted and have been chasing prestige and rankings, rather than getting better at helping students succeed.
via:rogre  education  highered  class  latecapitalism  college 
may 2019 by dirtystylus
Student Debt Is Dragging A Whole Generation Down
“I am so far in debt that will never go away,” she told me, “and all those things people do in life — marriage, travel, homes, a career, not living with your elderly mom who you don’t get along with in a one-bedroom apartment, not being scared all the time — will never come my way. I miss insurance. I have been to the dentist once in 15 years. I’m pretty sure that if I ever get diagnosed with cancer, I’ll just let it take me. What could I do? I couldn’t afford to fight it.”
debt  highered  college  millenials  education  class  money 
may 2019 by dirtystylus

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