The New Title IX Regulations: Considering the Impact to K-12 Schools
On May 6, the U.S. Department of Education released new regulations governing how K-12 schools must respond to reports of sexual assault and harassment. These long-anticipated rules provide a concrete process that schools must follow to investigate complaints filed under Title IX.
Although some of the proposed rules for K-12 schools were removed from the final regulations, significant changes remain. You need to understand the new requirements to institute compliant policies, update handbooks, and solidify procedures before the regulations take effect on August 14.
- How can you identify sexual harassment under the new definitions?
- What constitutes a hostile environment?
- What is meant by deliberate indifference by an institution?
- How must you structure grievance procedures?
- What hearings are necessary?
- What would an appropriate review and appeal process entail?
- What are the best practices for investigation and confidentiality?
- What should the final report include?
- How do the rules apply to virtual learning?
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