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University of California sexual misconduct files show faculty resigned, retired

March 9, 2017 | by

Executive Director Noreen Farrell spoke with the Associated Press about the University of California’s release of employee sexual misconduct records.

“At some point, the institution has to choose between protecting its reputation and protecting its students. Schools can’t have its cake and eat it too,” she said. “They have to figure out a way to show that zero tolerance policies are not all talk.”

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