Following a complaint investigation or compliance check, the OCR sometimes determines whether it is necessary to negotiate resolution agreements that require registered companies to take corrective action to comply with federal civil rights laws. These agreements can be broad national agreements that require systemic changes in the way a state does business, or may cover a single health care provider or hospital. Some recent examples are cited below: In February 2017, the University of Alaska entered into a voluntary resolution agreement with the U.S. Bureau of Education. The agreement is the result of an audit of the university`s handling of sexual assault and sexual harassment that affects students and staff on AU campuses. This agreement outlines a wide range of compliance issues, including 23 cases, which are examples of problems across the system, ranging from very serious errors to documentation problems, and outlines specific steps we will take to improve campus security and climate throughout the University of Alaska system. On November 20, 2014, the OCR announced the successful solution of a student discipline compliance exam in the Minneapolis Public District, Minnesota`s largest school system. The OCR investigation showed that African-American students were vastly over-represented in all district disciplines, including out-of-school suspensions, school suspensions, administrative referrals to other schools, referrals to law enforcement, as well as detention, Saturday school and utility or reimbursement. Through a voluntary resolution agreement signed by the district prior to the conclusion of the OCR investigation, the district committed to take specific measures to ensure the implementation of fair and fair disciplinary policies and practices. The OCR does not authorize, sign or approve any agreement between the parties as a result of FRBP and the OCR does not control the agreement. However, if the recipient does not comply with the terms of the agreement, the complainant can file a complaint with the OCR within 180 days of the date of the original discrimination or within 60 days of the complainant learning of the breach of the agreement, with the latest date set. On October 28, 2014, the OCR conducted a compliance review of the South Orange-Maplewood School District in New Jersey. The OCR survey showed that there was a statistically disproportionate under-representation of African-American students participating in district enrichment programs and advanced placement courses.
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