|Not good enough for government work|
Now a court has indicated in a cheating case involving a UC campus that a preponderance of the evidence standard - a type of process often associated with controversial sexual assault cases - is insufficient, at least at a public-sector university.
Inside Higher Ed carries a report on a cheating case that ended in expulsion at UC-San Diego. With regard to the handling of the case by campus authorities, the judge said, “I think there’s a word for that. It’s called stacking the deck.” Details at: