Comment on Department of Education’s Potential New Guidance on Nondiscriminatory Administration of School Discipline

Today, the ACR Project submitted a comment in response to the Department of Education’s Request for Information in support of an anticipated change in the Department's guidance on the "nondiscriminatory administration of school discipline." The Department's version of the relevant history was tellingly incomplete, omitting facts important to a proper assessment of both the relevant social science and the state of the law.  As the omissions are material, we briefly detail what OCR declined to include in the telling of this story, before turning to the legal infirmities of the guidance the Department seems driven to issue.

2021-07-23T15:24:52-05:00July 23rd, 2021|Blog, Submissions|

Open Letter on Behalf of Shareholders to Officers and Directors of Coca-Cola Company

Today, on behalf of a set of concerned Coca-Cola Company shareholders, the ACR Project and its co-counsel Offit|Kurman demanded that the company either publicly retract the discriminatory outside-counsel policies it announced in January or provide access to the corporate records related to the decision of Coca-Cola's officers and directors to adopt and retain those illegal policies.  

2021-06-11T13:46:08-05:00June 11th, 2021|Submissions|

Comment on Department of Education’s Proposed New Priorities for Federal Funding

Yesterday, the American Civil Rights Project submitted a comment on the Department of Education's proposal of new priorities for federal education funding. We applauded the Department, where it would prioritize teaching students to analyze information dispassionately and apply objective, consistent standards to determine the reliability of sources.  We could not do the same, where the Department's failure to apply objective, consistent standards to sources appears to have led it to rely on those using inaccurate information to manipulate their audiences.

2021-05-20T11:06:27-05:00May 20th, 2021|Blog, Submissions|
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