The Hidden Victims of Campus Sexual assault: Students with Disabilities

Number 27469
Subject Disabilities
Source Al Jazeera America
Year 2015
Publication Date February 12, 2015
Summary Reporter Azmat Khan spent more than six months investigating the challenges students with disabilities can face when it comes to sexual assault at Gallaudet University, the country’s most renowned school for students with disabilities. It also happens to have the highest rate of “forcible sex offenses” — crime statistics required by the federal Clery Act — of any federally funded university in 2012.
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Keywords Disabilities; sexual assault; students; campus; school; university
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