The new regulations for colleges represent "the most significant change in campus-sexual-assault policy in 20 years," says one expert.
The stock market’s recent volatility notwithstanding, the country’s improved financial outlook in 2013 contributed to a surge in donations to higher education.
Colleges want to keep their students and employees safe. They also want to avoid causing unnecessary alarm.
The government's calculation of the rates ignores millions of potential graduates, a worrisome prospect as a controversial college-rating system is about to be unveiled.
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