Week Links in Education: Dec. 3

Some of the stories and essays, particularly related to education in the United States, that caught my attention this week. A đź•› symbol indicates a known metered paywall.

The parents of a soccer goalie who died by suicide say Stanford University contributed to her death by punishing her for defending a teammate from sexual assault.

Almost two thirds of the anti-trans bills introduced in state legislatures in 2022 target schools.

Remote learning accounts for only part đź•› of the educational damage caused by the pandemic.

At the University of Michigan, the director of the FBI defended federal investigations of American scholars’ relationships with Chinese academics.

Facebook and Reddit groups may be hampering the police investigation into the murders of four University of Idaho students.