New Title IX Regulations Update in Higher Education

Education law expert Rick Verstegen will help you identify the important implications for Title IX on your college or university. You will learn how to adopt appropriate policies, fulfill training requirements, and incorporate effective investigation techniques. 

What You’ll Learn: 

  • Scope of Title IX sex discrimination, including gender identity and sexual orientation 
  • How to respond to sex discrimination, including notification and proceeds for the Title IX Coordinator 
  • New definitions of sex-based harassment, including quid pro quo harassment and hostile environment harassment 
  • The investigation process, including new processes for student sex-based harassment 
  • Other legal issues, including privacy and retaliation 
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Monday, June 24, 2024; 1:00 PM Eastern

Session scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.

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Deadline Alert! New Title IX Mandates Explained


On April 19, 2024, the Department of Education released final regulations concerning Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, which prohibits sex-based discrimination in federally funded education programs.

Effective August 1, 2024, notable changes compared to the previous ones amended in August 2020 will be required. Institutions must update their policies and notices accordingly.

Significant annual training requirements under the new law, which includes training requirements not only for Title IX Coordinators and others involved in the Title IX process (e.g., investigators and decision-makers), but also for all employees, will also be required. Higher education institutions must be aware and prepared for these changes.

  • Scope of Title IX sex discrimination, including gender identity and sexual orientation
  • How to respond to sex discrimination, including notification and proceeds for the Title IX Coordinator
  • New definitions of sex-based harassment, including quid pro quo harassment and hostile environment harassment
  • The investigation process, including new processes for student sex-based harassment
  • Other legal issues, including privacy and retaliation
Recommended Audience
Who Should Attend?
  • Title IX coordinators 
  • College and university administrators 
  • Human resources professionals 
  • Student services professionals 
  • Other officials 

 

What's included
Training includes
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
About

Expert Presenter

Richard F. Verstegen
  • Partner with Boardman & Clark, LLP of Madison, Wisconsin
  • School Law Practice Group and Labor and Employment Group
  • Represents educational institutions in a variety of education law matters
  • Published many articles regarding education and employment law
  • Former president of the Wisconsin School Attorneys Association
  • Current member of the State Bar of Wisconsin
  • JD degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School

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