Checklist for Title IX-Compliant Policies Against Sexual Harassment in Higher Education

November 2020 | 1 Comments  Average 5 out of 5

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In August 2020, final regulations from the Department of Education (ED) implementing Title IX became effective. Title IX prohibits sex discrimination, including sexual harassment, by higher education institutions that receive federal financial assistance. The regulations significantly narrow the definition of “sexual harassment” to which institutions must respond under Title IX, but they impose strict new requirements for handling matters within Title IX’s jurisdiction. This checklist was designed to help United Educators’ (UE's) higher education members ensure their policies are consistent with the new Title IX mandates, and should be used in conjunction with a companion publication, Checklist for Title IX- Compliant Sexual Harassment Grievance Procedures in Higher Education, which is intended to help members meet the regulations’ detailed requirements for internal grievance procedures in Title IX matters.


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    This shows clearly the stand of the Department of Education on sex discrimination and sexual harassment.

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