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The Final Title IX Regulations: How to Comply

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With the changes to Title IX regulations and requirements now released, this seminar will review the new provisions from the U.S. Department of Education and recommend how your institution should respond. An expert will provide clarity on the new requirements and the impact on policies and procedures, structure, and campus culture.

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With the changes to Title IX regulations and requirements now released, this seminar will review the new provisions from the U.S. Department of Education and recommend how your institution should respond. An expert will provide clarity on the new requirements and the impact on policies and procedures, structure, and campus culture.

What are the learning goals?

Upon completion of this seminar, you’ll be able to identify the specific changes needed to your institution’s policies and procedures, organization, and culture under the new Title IX rules.

Who should attend?

  • Title IX coordinators and investigators
  • Deans
  • Student Conduct officials
  • General counsel
  • Legal counsel

Why you don’t want to miss this!

With 25 years as a career attorney with the Office for Civil Rights, our presenter for this online seminar, Debbie Osgood, has first-hand experience and expertise on how different administrations of the federal government have interpreted and enforced Title IX. She will provide clarity on what the requirements under the new, final Title IX rules are, including the Title IX procedural requirements (nondiscrimination notice, Title IX Coordinator, and grievance procedures) and the more prescriptive Title IX requirements for responding to sexual harassment. Debbie will also discuss what schools can do to address sexual misconduct that falls outside of the new Title IX rules.

What’s included?

Your seminar registration includes the following:

  • On-demand access for one year
  • Downloadable PowerPoint presentations from the speaker
  • Written transcript
  • Supplemental materials
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

Access to the on-demand seminar will be emailed to you within 1 business day.

There is no limit to how many times the seminar is accessed while available on-demand.

Additional Detail

From the Washington Post, May 6, 2020: “The rule gives universities a choice about what standard of proof they use in judging complaints. Schools may choose between ‘preponderance of the evidence’ or the higher bar of ‘clear and convincing evidence.’ But a school may not use the lower standard if it relies on the higher one for allegations against employees, including faculty members.”

Additionally, “Overall, the rule narrows the types of complaints that institutions are obligated to investigate. For instance, universities will be required to investigate complaints only if they are made to proper authorities. In a change from the proposed rule, though, any report to an employee of a K-12 school would put the school on notice and require an investigation. (K-12 schools are also not required to hold live hearings.)”

Finally, “The final rule also clarifies that universities are responsible for investigating incidents that take place in university-recognized fraternity or sorority houses located off campus, or in other locations, such as at an academic conference related to a university program.

CAMPUS ACCESS LICENSE

With the purchase of the optional Campus Access License (or Group License when ordering online), registrants are granted a license to download the program contents to a password-protected network, server, or web-site for additional staff use. The Group License option does not give unlimited connections to the live online seminar presentation.

Product Code: OC20GD

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