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Putting Policy Into Practice Series: Blog Post 4

Smooth Transitions

 

September 23, 2020

 

It was clear from the May 6th drop of the 2,033 page preamble and Title IX Regulations that the practice of investigating and resolving Title IX cases would become substantially more complicated on August 14, 2020. We knew it. We expected it. Now we are living it. I

Putting Policy Into Practice Series: Blog Post 3

 

Language Has a Significant Impact When Dismissing a Formal Complaint

 

September 2, 2020

 

The Title IX Regulations are prescriptive regarding the situations in which a Formal Complaint MUST or MAY be dismissed. Sections 106.45(3)(i) and (ii) specifically define the provisions of such dismissals in the following manner:

 

Mandatory dismissal of a

Putting Policy Into Practice Series: Blog Post 2

You Cannot Write or Train Your Way into Compliance

 

August 26, 2020

 

A common question we have received is whether attending our training will put a school or institution “in compliance with Title IX” and the new regulations.  My response is consistently as follows:

 

1.  Yes, our trainings comply with the new

Putting Policy Into Practice Series: Blog Post 1

Report of Sexual Harassment vs. Formal Complaint - Clarity and Transparency Matter

 

August 14, 2020

 

As Institutions and School Districts settle into life under the New 2020 Title IX Regulations with fresh policies and procedures, the work is just beginning. It is time to put those policies into practice.

 

While administrators work

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