Sexual Harassment

Read: Why Immediate Response is Key to Successful K-12 Title IX Investigations

Why Immediate Response is Key to Successful K-12 Title IX Investigations

Each Title IX accusation is different, and the responses need to be tailored to the unique circumstances of every claim.

Read: Former Title IX Officer on Challenges Her District Faced During Pandemic

Former Title IX Officer on Challenges Her District Faced During Pandemic

A consultant and former Title IX officer for Palo Alto USD discusses how her district navigated the pandemic and new Title IX regulations.

Read: Biden Executive Order Prevents Discrimination Based on Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation

Biden Executive Order Prevents Discrimination Based on Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation

Experts say the executive order is likely to lead to significant changes in Title IX regulations for institutions of higher education.

Read: USC Professor Accused of Sexual Misconduct Removed from Classroom

USC Professor Accused of Sexual Misconduct Removed from Classroom

Three lawsuits have been filed against the tenured professor, including one by his ex-wife, who is also a USC faculty member.

Read: University of California Settles UCLA Doctor Sexual Abuse Case for $73 Million

University of California Settles UCLA Doctor Sexual Abuse Case for $73 Million

The class action lawsuit alleged that UCLA Health didn’t properly handle the sexual abuse complaints against Dr. James Heaps despite being aware of the allegations in 2014.

Read: California County to Spend Up to $1M on Title IX Compliance Audits

California County to Spend Up to $1M on Title IX Compliance Audits

All K-12 and post-secondary schools, as well as private institutions, will be subject to the new Title IX audits.

Read: 6 Reasons Why the New Title IX Rules Make K-12 Threat Assessment Teams a Must-Have

6 Reasons Why the New Title IX Rules Make K-12 Threat Assessment Teams a Must-Have

Schools that don’t already have threat assessment teams must implement them now so they are able to comply with Title IX’s new sexual misconduct rules and, most importantly, improve student safety.

Read: University of Utah Creates 2 New Public Safety Committees

University of Utah Creates 2 New Public Safety Committees

The two new committees will be comprised of students, faculty and staff from across the institution.

Read: Female Officer Wins Settlement Against CCSU in Rape Lawsuit

Female Officer Wins Settlement Against CCSU in Rape Lawsuit

According to an investigation, the Central Connecticut State University police department hired officers with “red flags,” including criminal backgrounds.

Read: University of Michigan Grapples with Claims of Doctor’s Sexual Abuse

University of Michigan Grapples with Claims of Doctor’s Sexual Abuse

The doctor worked at UM from the 1960s through 2003, and the school has sent letters out to more than 300,000 former students seeking information on the investigation of the abuse allegations.

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