A searchable database identifying pending discrimination cases against schools and colleges under review by the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights provides parents and taxpayers a brighter light into the types of discrimination issues under investigation at their neighborhood school or favorite college.
The disclaimer published on the Departments Office for Civil Rights website reveals inclusion of an institution on the list does not mean the institution violated a federal anti-discrimination stature; rather, it means that a complaint was filed with OCR and the agency:
Additionally, institutions on the list are still under investigation or they are working to resolve the cases.
Little Jolly Politics searched the database for schools and colleges in Texas and Florida.
You can search the U.S. Department of Education Office- for Civil Rights- Pending Cases Currently Under Investigation at Elementary, Secondary and Post-Secondary Schools here. The database is updated on the first Wednesday of each month.