Unless the violations are against spoiled rich people
An ugly episode in an ugly administration
That civil rights violations take place in the nation’s schools is not disputed, even by conservatives who hate civil rights enforcements. But they are just not a big deal to a billionaire appointed to head the Education Department. So she will cut enforcement.
According to an internal memo issued by Candice E. Jackson, the acting head of the department’s office for civil rights, requirements that investigators broaden their inquiries to identify systemic issues and whole classes of victims will be scaled back. Also, regional offices will no longer be required to alert department officials in
of all highly sensitive complaints on issues such as the disproportionate
disciplining of minority students and the mishandling of sexual assaults on
college campuses. Washington
See, the problem is that is just not a priority for Bets. She wants to gut public schools and use tax dollars to fund religious schools, religious schools that support her religion of course, others need not apply.