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UW under federal investigation for handling of sexual assault case: The University of Washington is the latest college to be the target of an investigation by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights over the way it handles sexual assault cases. Three other schools in Washington — Washington State University, Western Washington University and Whitman College — and about 100 across the U.S. are being investigated under Title IX.

Misprint causes College Board to throw out SAT scores (NPR): A printing error regarding the amount of time students had to complete two sections of the SAT led to confusion among some 487,000 students who took the test on June 6 — the last testing day of the school year. The College Board has announced it will throw out scores for those two sections and waive testing fees for affected students who want to retake the exam in October.

WSU, Bellevue College move toward partnership (AP): Washington State University and Bellevue College have signed a memorandum of understanding that would enable the Eastside school to confer bachelor degrees under the WSU name.

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