Faculty Members and FERPA, ADA Section 504, and Title IX: How to Use the Fundamentals of These Regulations to Better Identify and Resolve Potential Problems

Faculty Members and FERPA, ADA Section 504, and Title IX: How to Use the Fundamentals of These Regulations to Better Identify and Resolve Potential Problems

Privacy concerns. Discrimination. Disability accommodations.

These are all-too-familiar challenges facing college and university campuses around the country. Government regulations help protect students, but are only as effective as the faculty and staff who implement them.

Most faculty members are focused on their core areas of academic expertise, which is as it should be. They are often not trained on the ins and outs of these laws and may not be able to interpret or apply them when needed.

You probably know about FERPA, ADA, and Title IX, but do you know how they apply in specific classroom situations? Or with specific student populations? And what the potential consequences are for you and your institution if you don’t follow the law?

Get answers to these questions and more when you to order Faculty Members and FERPA, ADA Section 504, and Title IX: How to Use the Fundamentals of These Regulations to Better Identify and Resolve Potential Problems.

BENEFITS

Legal experts Joshua Zugish and Scott Schneider specialize in higher education and focus on the fundamentals of these three regulations. Find out what situations each law governs, how they work, and how to comply. You get case-study examples that illustrate how effective these laws can be when applied correctly, and come away with the tools you need to better handle problems, run smoother classes, improve interactions with your students, and manage risk.

Here is just some of what you’ll learn during this 60-minute seminar:

  • A review of FERPA regulations on sharing student information with other campus personnel
  • Reasonable accommodations under ADA Section 504: what they are and which ones your institution is required to provide
  • The types of disabilities that are protected under ADA Section 504
  • The actions considered discriminatory under ADA Section 504
  • Your institutional obligations under Title IX
  • When and how to engage your Title IX coordinator

LEARNING GOALS

After participating in this online seminar, you will be able to:

  • Handle inquiries about students from parents and individuals outside the university
  • Recognize the information you can and can’t share under FERPA
  • Ensure your school is compliant with Title IX requirements

AUDIENCE

This session is essential for all faculty members (tenure track, nontenure track, and adjunct), department chairs, and faculty developers who need information about these regulations and how they can be applied in a variety of situations.

PURCHASE

Order today and get answers to questions on FERPA, ADA, and Title IX and learn how to significantly reduce the likelihood of conflict in your interactions with students, and the risk of lawsuits that can be costly and time-consuming.

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