MSU camp for girls subject of discrimination complaint

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'A federal agency is investigating a Mankato man’s claim that a summer camp for girls at Minnesota State University violates federal gender equality law.

Charlie Hurd filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights in August 2018. Hurd recently received notice the office will investigate his claim that the university violated Title IX law by hosting the Girls Explore STEAM camp for sixth through ninth graders.

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits gender discrimination in education programs that receive federal funding.

A number of universities across the country have been the subject of similar complaints in the last two years, according to media reports.'

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