New Title IX Updates for Pregnant and Parenting Students

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Title IX expert Richard Verstegen will outline the rights afforded to students from discrimination based on pregnancy, childbirth, false pregnancy, termination of pregnancy, or recovery from any of these conditions. You will learn how to adapt to the new guidance from the Department of Education.

What You'll Learn

  • What assistance must schools provide to pregnant students?
  • When are pregnant and parenting students entitled to accommodations?
  • Which laws protect pregnant students, including from harassment?
  • How can you ensure students are able to participate in programs fully?
  • What changes should you make now to prepare for the proposed regulations?
  • How will you need to adjust notice requirements and grievance procedures?

Training Overview

Are you doing enough to protect pregnant students? Learn how to comply with the law.

In a post-Roe world, more students will likely become parents. Under Title IX, you must take specific steps to protect pregnant and parenting students. On July 12, the Department of Education published proposed regulations that “prohibit discrimination against students and applicants for admission or employment on the basis of current, potential, or past pregnancy or related conditions” and clarify schools’ obligations.

You need to know and implement the requirements to make accommodations for pregnant students, excuse certain absences for pregnancy and childbirth, and enable such students to participate in all educational programs. The new regulations expand upon the previous guidance issued in 2013.

  • What assistance must schools provide to pregnant students?
  • When are pregnant and parenting students entitled to accommodations?
  • Which laws protect pregnant students, including from harassment?
  • How can you ensure students are able to participate in programs fully?
  • What changes should you make now to prepare for the proposed regulations?
  • How will you need to adjust notice requirements and grievance procedures?

Who Should Attend?

K-12 leaders

  • Superintendents

  • Other district administrators

  • Principals

  • Vice and assistant principals

  • Legal counsel

  • Student services directors

  • Title IX coordinators

  • Human resources and personnel directors

  • Counselors

Higher education leaders

  • Presidents

  • Chancellors

  • Provosts

  • Vice presidents

  • Vice provosts

  • Deans

  • Diversity and equity professionals

  • Student affairs professionals

  • Title IX coordinators

  • Compliance officers

Expert Presenter

Richard F. Verstegen

  • Leading attorney with Boardman & Clark, LLP of Madison, Wisconsin
  • School Law Practice Group and Labor and Employment Group
  • Represents educational institutions in a variety of education law matters
  • Published many articles on education and employment law related topics
  • Former president of the Wisconsin School Attorneys Association
  • Current member of the State Bar of Wisconsin
  • JD degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School

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