Title IX

Read: LSU Ignored Sexual Misconduct Complaints Against Students, Top Athletes

LSU Ignored Sexual Misconduct Complaints Against Students, Top Athletes

At least nine LSU football players had been reported for dating violence and sexual misconduct, including multiple rapes.

Read: What to Look for in a Title IX Coordinator for Your K-12 Campus

What to Look for in a Title IX Coordinator for Your K-12 Campus

Title IX coordinators should have classroom experience and regular contact with students, teachers and parents, says a former State Title IX coordinator.

Read: Ansley Public Schools Pays $650,000 Over Alleged Student Rape

Ansley Public Schools Pays $650,000 Over Alleged Student Rape

A 14-year-old boy who allegedly raped a student had a documented history of threatening to rape another student and a pregnant teacher.

Read: 10 Most Read Campus Safety Stories from October 2020

10 Most Read Campus Safety Stories from October 2020

A wide variety of topics were of interest this month, including the Clery Act, campus police, tabletop exercises and the upcoming election.

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: Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against New Title IX Rules

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against New Title IX Rules

The lawsuit was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union back in May on behalf of four activist groups.

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: Top 10 Stories from August: COVID-19 Takes a Back Seat for First Time in Months

Top 10 Stories from August: COVID-19 Takes a Back Seat for First Time in Months

The top stories from last month covered a wide variety of topics, including child custody issues, new Title IX rules and concealed weapons on campus.

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.

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.

1 3 4 5 6 7 50
Get Our Newsletters
Campus Safety Online Summit Promo Campus Safety HQ