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 January 13, 2016  U.S., Youth & Schools

Nancy Dillon reports:

A survey of students’ carnal knowledge sparked a national controversy Tuesday — and led to an apology from the University of Southern California.

The clash was over a mandatory online class that asked students to tally and reveal the number of sex partners they had been with over the last three months, multiple students confirmed to the Daily News.

The course grew out of a federal mandate to address sexual assault on campus and was a prerequisite for all incoming and continuing students at USC, an email to undergrad Jacob Ellenhorn said.

Read more on NY Daily News.

And if this story is triggering deja vu for you, yes, I reported on exactly the same problem back in 2014 when a South Carolina university also had this as part of their Title IX compliance.

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