While many educators who step into leadership roles are likely familiar with Title IX, ADA policies, and intellectual property laws, overseeing legal issues on the departmental or campus-wide level is quite different from understanding them in the context of the teaching classroom.
As the consequences of noncompliance heighten, academic leaders face increased pressure to know the ins and outs of key legal issues and leverage a variety of measures that mitigate the risk of costly and…
Beyond explaining the letter of each law, Legal Compliance in Higher Education provides important insights on practical issues like managing the burden of compliance, handling requests for accommodation, providing support for survivors of assault, creating a culture of inclusivity, and fostering a safe and respectful campus community.
This seminar explores updates to Title IX under the Trump administration and keeps participants informed about what they need to know as Title IX continues to take shape.
Gain an understanding of Title IX and what the recent guidance means for colleges and universities. Explore the recent guidance at just the right time: as you start to assess your programs and activities in terms of their accessibility to transgender students and staff.
The presentation explores the evolution of Title IX, since its inception in 1972, to provide important context that has led to an increase in sexual violence complaints and compliance reviews from the Office for Civil Rights. Howard Kallem shines a spotlight on the Office for Civil Rights Title IX Investigations process so that you can ultimately improve your Title IX compliance program and better prepare your institution..
While these laws both work to improve campus safety, there are some critical differences between them. The Intersection of Title IX and Clery: Implementing the VAWA Amendments will compare and contrast Title IX and the Clery Act, and then explain how to implement the VAWA amendments.
A comprehensive review of the new Clery requirements and how to comply with them. Find out what’s changed, how these changes will affect the data you report—and the way you report it.