The report from lawyers Gina Smith and Leslie Gomez faults in particular Superintendent Max McGee and former Title IX coordinator Holly Wade, who left the district at the end of the last school year. McGee and Wade “failed to exercise sufficient oversight of the District’s compliance responsibilities under Title IX, state law and Board policy,” the lawyers wrote. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights) investigation where the District, and in particular, PAHS, were subject to a several year inquiry into how they responded to Title IX complaints,” the report states..
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Follow CNNStory highlightsFormer Lance Armstrong sponsor Oakley says it is “sad” but not angry about his demiseChief executive Colin Baden says he is “left with the grief of what was a great story”He says Oakley will not follow other bodies by asking for its money backBaden: Armstrong was a key endorser due to his worldwide popularityLance Armstrong’s fall from grace has left one of the cyclist’s former sponsors not only “sad” but also without one of its biggest marketing tools.Premier sports eyewear firm Oakley was one of several companies including Nike, Trek and Anheuser Busch to end lucrative deals with the American when he was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles after refusing to answer charges of systematic drug use.Oakley said the 41 year old had been a “symbol of possibility” when he signed up, having inspired millions when he returned to competition after recovering from testicular cancer and then won cycling’s blue riband event from 1999 2005. Anti Doping Agency this year left his legacy in tatters.British Armstrong effigy causes outrage”The Lance story is a sad one, with our emotional connection with that athlete,” Oakley chief executive Colin Baden told CNN.”We have been very consistent in how we view cheating and we’ve always stuck with this over the 16 years I’ve been with the brand, so that if the governing body rules that an athlete has broken the rules, we can’t be a sponsor.Photos: Armstrong effigy causes outrageUp in flames Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong is the subject of annual Bonfire Night celebrations in the British town of Edenbridge. An effigy of Armstrong will be burned during the celebrations, which mark the foiling of Guy Fawkes’ “gunpowder plot” to blow up the Houses of Parliament and kill King James I in 1605.