While the Cleveland Orchestra announced in September, 2018 it would suspend principal trombone Massimo La Rosa pending an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct, the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) took a full month to follow suit.
Nonetheless, according to an article by Zachary Lewis in the 10/16/2018 edition of the Plain Dealer, CIM finally came around. At the same time, they did not provide any additional details beyond a few boilerplate statements about creating a “refocused and formalized” stance on harassment.
Given what’s come to light on the school’s history with handling sexual misconduct accusations as far back as 2004, it would seem as though they have ample room to refocus and formalize.
You can learn more about the allegations against La Rosa’s in an article from 9/17/2018: