BYU Information, U.S. Division of Training Dismisses Title IX Criticism In opposition to BYU:
The U.S. Division of Training’s Workplace for Civil Rights (OCR) has dismissed a Title IX criticism towards BYU that alleged discrimination associated to college students concerned in same-sex romantic relationships. The criticism, which was not too long ago reported within the media, was formally dismissed on February 8, 2022.
BYU had anticipated that OCR would dismiss the criticism as a result of OCR has repeatedly acknowledged BYU’s non secular exemption for Title IX necessities that aren’t in step with the non secular tenets of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As President Kevin J Worthen wrote in a latest letter to OCR, BYU affirms “the liberty to function a spiritual college with out sacrificing distinctive non secular beliefs,” and on the identical time, BYU “will proceed to help ongoing efforts to search out widespread floor on these points as we attempt to observe Jesus Christ’s instance of affection and equity for all of God’s kids.” … President Worthen’s letter acknowledged that “we concurrently stand agency in our non secular beliefs and reiterate our love and respect for every member of the campus neighborhood.”