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Some provisions of the federal Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (Campus Sa VE) Act, the legislative outcome of years of increased attention and activism, officially went into place in July.
This year, as the Act is now in place, there is much less fanfare—but colleges across the country are nonetheless devising new ways to comply amid ongoing debates surrounding the issue.
Campus Sa VE’s stipulations go beyond what was outlined in similar federal guidelines issued by the Department of Education in 2011: Rather than recommending that colleges develop educational programming, the law explicitly requires all schools to offer “primary prevention and awareness programs” that reduce the risk of sexual assault.
Police began investigating in January 2017 after a former student at the high school reported she had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a teacher between 20.
The alleged incidents occurred at several residences in Calgary and the school, police said.