Penn State is accepting the $2.4 million fine levied by the U.S. Department of Education for Clery Act violations. “As the Department of Education was compiling its final report, we appreciated the opportunity to provide context and perspective where we disagreed with the findings,” Penn State President Barron said in a statement Friday. “Despite that, we have accepted the fines and will continue to focus on our ongoing Clery compliance.”
Penn State is accepting the $2.4 million fine levied by the U.S. Department of Education for Clery Act violations. “As the Department of Education was compiling its final report, we appreciated the opportunity to provide context and perspective where we disagreed with the findings,” Penn State President Barron said in a statement Friday. “Despite that, we have accepted the fines and will continue to focus on our ongoing Clery compliance.” Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file
Penn State is accepting the $2.4 million fine levied by the U.S. Department of Education for Clery Act violations. “As the Department of Education was compiling its final report, we appreciated the opportunity to provide context and perspective where we disagreed with the findings,” Penn State President Barron said in a statement Friday. “Despite that, we have accepted the fines and will continue to focus on our ongoing Clery compliance.” Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file

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