New report reveals why universities fail to protect Jewish and Zionist students
A new report released on Wednesday found that American universities fail to protect Jewish and Zionist students from harassment.
The report was published by the AMCHA Initiative, an organization focused on documenting and combating antisemitism on college campuses.
For a report titled “Falling Through the Cracks: How School Policies Deny Jewish Students Equal Protection for Antisemitism,” AMCHA researchers reviewed how the 100 colleges that are most popular among Jewish students handle antisemitic harassment. The report noted that most schools have two mechanisms available for students experiencing a hostile learning environment: non-discrimination and harassment policies, and student codes of conduct.
The report claims that harassment policies frequently fail to protect Jewish students.
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