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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
Last week, we told you about a call for American (1) to do more to protect (2) from (3) violence on (4). The government recently sent a letter telling schools, colleges and (5) that such violence is a form of (6) discrimination.
That means it violates a (7) law against discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and (8).
The letter (9) schools must take (10) like making sure victims know their (11) and are (12) informed about investigations. Victims must also be (13) if the accused attacker is still in school with them.
Russlyn Ali is the (14) secretary for civil rights at the Department of Education. She and her (15) wrote that letter.
RUSSLYN ALI: "Our sense of urgency could not be (16), and as I’m sure any (17) in America would say, they don't want their child to go to (18) or school and have to be (19) about being raped. And we are going to work with (20) to make sure that doesn’t happen."
One of those officials is Mary Mayhew. She leads (21) to prevent sexual harassment and rape at the University of New Hampshire. That was where Vice President Joe Biden and Education Secretary Arne Duncan released the guidance (22) in April.
Ms. Mayhew says she (23) sexual violence on campuses has actually decreased over the past (24) years. She says schools are getting better at educating students to understand the (25) of consent -- or, put more simply, that no (26) no.
MARY MAYHEW: "Between (27) and two thousand was when we really started implementing education campaigns about what consent is. So we educated, you know, the (28) and that did amount to some degree of (29)."
Ms. Mayhew says the warning from the (30) to pay more attention to the problem might lead more schools to start or expand their (31). At the same time, however, it might also (32) to an increase in (33) of sexual assaults. Not necessarily because the problem has gotten (34), she says, but because more (35) will know their (36) and be (37) to report attacks on campus.
Russlyn Ali at the Education Department says the government is ready to take action (38) schools that fail to protect their students.
RUSSLYN ALI: "Where there are violations, and in the (39) where officials are not willing to comply with the nation’s civil rights (40), we will enforce the laws vigorously."
And that’s the VOA Special English Education Report. If you missed last week's report, or if you want to read that nineteen-page letter, go to And, while you're there, tell us how schools and government officials in your country deal with this issue. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter at VOA Learning English. I'm Christopher Cruise.

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