The Role and Responsibilities of the K-12 Title IX Coordinator: Protect Your Students and School by Understanding the Many Requirements
All schools receiving federal funds must comply with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX), including the requirement to designate at least one employee to coordinate efforts to comply and carry out the responsibilities under Title IX. Any employee assigned with these responsibilities, however, quickly finds out that this is no small undertaking. The Title IX Coordinator must not only have an in-depth knowledge of Title IX and other state and federal non-discrimination laws, but also must implement policies and procedures, ensure that various notice requirements are met, handle any investigations on complaints, and train staff regarding these requirements. With the increased attention to these issues, including changes within the Department of Education, it is extremely important for Title IX Coordinators to get these requirements correct.
Please join Richard Verstegen for this important discussion regarding the responsibilities for Title IX Coordinators at schools, which will help administrators build solid foundations to ensure that their students and employees are protected and their schools avoid liability.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:
- Review the current elimination of certain Title IX guidance by the Department of Education and its impact on schools
- Review best practices related to notices, training, investigations, and institutional monitoring, to ensure that such practices are efficient and lawful, in all areas affected by Title IX
- Understand the types of employees who should serve as Title IX Coordinators and whether to assign more than one person to this important role
- Learn why adopting and distributing clear grievance procedures related to discrimination on the basis of sex is so important
- AND MUCH MORE!
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