A New Era of Title IX – Four Part Module
In this previously recorded four-part training, Ann Chapman, Isabel Ekman, and Allen Kropp cover the essential information that Title IX Coordinators, affirmative action officers, administrators, and other school personnel need to know in order to confidently implement the new Title IX regulations that went into effect on August 14, 2020. The modules also address the other major nondiscrimination laws that affect schools, and train school employees on how to conduct effective investigations. The new Title IX regulations drastically altered school district obligations in addressing incidents of sexual harassment. Not only does every school system need to ensure its staff are ready for these changes, but the new rules require that Title IX Coordinators and school administrators involved in investigating, deciding, or resolving sexual harassment complaints receive specific training on the rules and relevant topics. This is the training your district and administrators need to comply with the new rules!
You will receive the following modules for the entire 2020/21 school year:Module 1: TITLE IX PRIMER Module 2: IN-DEPTH TRAINING FOR TITLE IX COORDINATORS/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION OFFICERS Module 3: INVESTIGATOR TRAINING Module 4: RELEVANCE ASSESSMENTS REQUIRED UNDER TITLE IX: QUESTIONS AND EVIDENCE
Written materials included with this training are
- Instructions for using these training modules
- Sample policies/procedures
- Sample job descriptions for a Title IX Coordinator and Affirmative Action Officer
- Written materials and handouts provided during the training that will serve as a go-to resource for school personnel