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Read: Department of Education Launches Comprehensive Title IX Review

Department of Education Launches Comprehensive Title IX Review

OCR outlined plans to solicit the public’s input on Title IX regulations, ultimately leading to possible revisions through a notice of proposed rulemaking.

Read: Online Harassment Against Adults Happens Most Often on Social Media

Online Harassment Against Adults Happens Most Often on Social Media

A recent Pew Research Center study breaks down six types of harassment experienced by adults on six different online platforms.

Read: Biden Orders Review of Trump Title IX Rule Changes

Biden Orders Review of Trump Title IX Rule Changes

The order states the education secretary “shall consider suspending, revising or rescinding” the sexual misconduct rules that went into effect last summer.

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: Lauren McCluskey’s Parents Reach $13.5 Million Settlement with Univ. of Utah

Lauren McCluskey’s Parents Reach $13.5 Million Settlement with Univ. of Utah

The settlement was reached exactly two years after student Lauren McCluskey was shot and killed by her ex-boyfriend on campus.

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: Officer Fired for Misusing Lauren McCluskey Extortion Photos Multiple Times

Officer Fired for Misusing Lauren McCluskey Extortion Photos Multiple Times

The officer was fired by Logan police two days after the Utah Department of Public Safety released its own findings following a monthslong investigation.

Read: New Title IX Rules Are About to Take Effect. Is Your K-12 District Ready?

New Title IX Rules Are About to Take Effect. Is Your K-12 District Ready?

The new Title IX rules on sexual misconduct will become the law of the land August 14. School districts need to make significant changes now.

Read: U.S. Department of Education Stepping-Up Enforcement of Clery Act VAWA Requirements

U.S. Department of Education Stepping-Up Enforcement of Clery Act VAWA Requirements

The provisions, added by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 require colleges to enact policies and programs to prevent and respond to sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking.

Read: 10 Title IX Final Rule Changes That Affect K-12 Schools

10 Title IX Final Rule Changes That Affect K-12 Schools

With a required implementation date of Aug. 14, 2020, K-12 schools must quickly make changes to sexual harassment policies and procedures.

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