Ways Your Organization Can Stay in Compliance with New Title IX Regulations

Title IX regulations hold educational institutions accountable for any failures to respond in a timely and equitable manner to sexual misconduct allegations. These regulations seek to ensure a reliable adjudication process that is fair to all students regardless of background, status, sexuality, gender, race or ethnicity. Recently, U.S. Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, took actions to alter Title IX regulations. It is important that all educational institutions are aware of the resulting changes in order to remain compliant, otherwise they risk losing federal funding. This article explores the new regulations and will highlight new requirements to remain in compliance.

A Breakdown of the 2020 Changes

According to the U.S. Department of Education website, the new regulations to Title IX were a response to a widespread need for a more transparent response process in regard to allegations of sexual misconduct.

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