BREAKING Title IX Regulation Updates (Higher Ed)

On-Demand
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Training Includes:
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
  • An on-demand recording will be available after the live presentation.

Expert Melissa Carleton will guide you through the major changes and offer considerations for how stakeholders may view each change, to better guide conversations as institutions begin to make plans for what happens if these regulations are adopted as proposed.

What You'll Learn

  • "Sex Discrimination”
  • "Sex-Based Harassment”
  • Retaliation
  • Pregnancy and Parenting Protections
  • Supportive Measures – A Shifting Balance
  • Sex Discrimination Grievance Procedures
  • Sex-Based Harassment Grievance Procedures where a Student is Involved
  • Changes to Mandatory Reporting
  • Title IX Coordinator Duties and Training

Training Overview

Title IX Regulation updates. Learn how these changes will apply to your institution.

On June 23, 2022, the U.S. Department of Education issued a notice of proposed rulemaking detailing its plans to amend the regulations for implementing Title IX. The proposal, which includes 50 pages of regulations and 650 pages of commentary, would significantly broaden the situations in which institutions must take action to address reports of sex discrimination. It also makes changes to the required grievance procedures, allowing institutions to return to a “single investigator” model—presuming that it is otherwise allowed in their jurisdiction.

The changes are likely to create discussions on campus as students, faculty, staff, and administrators consider what parts of the current process are critical to fulfilling their mission and treating parties fairly and equitably. 

The Proposed Changes will be discussed in our upcoming webinar:

  • “Sex Discrimination”
  • “Sex-Based Harassment”
  • Retaliation
  • Pregnancy and Parenting Protections
  • Supportive Measures – A Shifting Balance
  • Sex Discrimination Grievance Procedures
  • Sex-Based Harassment Grievance Procedures where a Student is Involved
  • Changes to Mandatory Reporting
  • Title IX Coordinator Duties and Training

Who Should Attend?

  • Title IX coordinators
  • Board members
  • Department Chairs
  • College and university administrators
  • Human resources professionals
  • Chief business and operations officers
  • Diversity and equity officers
  • Directors of curriculum and instruction
  • Directors of special education
  • Student services professionals
  • Personnel and human resources directors
  • Athletic directors
  • Other officials

Expert Presenter

Melissa Carleton

  • Attorney at Bricker & Eckler LLP
  • Senior consultant for INCompliance Consulting
  • Works with colleges and universities across the country on matters relating to FERPA, student conduct, Title IX, accreditation, discrimination, and tenure issues
  • Conducts independent investigations, acts as a hearing officer, and conducts training workshops and implementation reviews relating to legal compliance
  • Juris Doctor from the University of Pennsylvania
  • Bachelor of Music Education from The Ohio State University

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