Title IX Coverage by Tyler Kingkade
Beat Reporting (Large Staff)
About the Entry
Writing for Buzzfeed, Tyler Kingkade explores how shifting public attitudes — as well as federal policies — are influencing how universities report and investigate allegations of sexual harassment and campus sexual assault.
- University of Maryland Plans To Pass Title IX Enforcement Costs Onto Students
- A Michigan High School Suspended Two Girls Who Were Sexually Assaulted On Campus
- Howard University’s Been Accused Of Ignoring Rape Victims And Letting An Accused Rapist Go Free
- The Pennsylvania School District That’s Forcing Girls Who Report Sex Assaults Into A Program For Troubled Kids
- A 19-Year-Old Killed Herself, And The Family Says Her School Could’ve Saved Her
- Defamation Suits Latest Tool In Title IX War
- Tyler Kingkade, National reporter, Buzzfeed
Comments from the Judges
“The coverage is enterprising, thorough, gets the point across, and also conveys the complexity of the issue.”
“This body of work highlights aspects of Title IX that aren’t widely understood, such as who is covered and what school officials are obligated to do. The reporting was thorough and explained the issues in a compelling way. It’s not easy to get victims and families to talk about their cases, but the effort paid off in these stories.”
EWA is grateful to the College Board for its generous support of the 2017 National Awards for Education Reporting.