Inside Higher Ed runs a review of the recent court decision saying that UCLA had a duty to protect a student from injury by another student known to have mental problems. We posted about this decision recently.* In our post, we noted that one potential outcome was yet another training requirement, perhaps online. That possibility was not mentioned in the Inside Higher Ed review, which quotes a UC official as saying that - for the moment - no change in policy is being implemented:
..."In the immediate future, the University of California system won’t change how it operates, said Charles F. Robinson, its general counsel and vice president of legal affairs. He declined to discuss how the system is advising its campuses."...
Full story at https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2018/03/26/california-supreme-court-rules-public-colleges-must-protect-students-education