NOTE: This webinar was recorded on August 13, 2020
In May 2020, the U.S. Department of Education released the new Title IX regulations. These regulations are scheduled to take effect on August 14, 2020 and include some significant and substantial changes from our prior Title IX practices. In addition, in September 2019 the N.H. legislature passed a law requiring that all School Districts and public charter schools develop a policy that guides the development and implementation of a coordinated plan to prevent, assess the presence of, intervene in, and respond to incidents of discrimination, including discrimination on the basis of sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation. The same bill also granted person claiming to be aggrieved by a discriminatory practice the right to initiate legal action in our state courts against school districts and public charter schools.
This pre-recorded webinar will provide you with “what you need to know” about the changes to the Title IX regulations, and will help you identify potential risk, implement preventative measures, equip you to intervene in, respond to, and remediate incidents of sex-based discrimination and harassment. The following questions are addressed:
· What do the new Title IX regulations mean for Districts?
· What are the legal duties we owe to students?
· What are the current and common areas of potential risk in a school culture?
· What are some best practices and preventive measures we can implement to protect students by reducing the risk of harm?
· What measures should we take to intervene in alleged incidents of discrimination and/or harassment?
· What are our options for remediating discrimination and/or harassment?
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