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TITLE IX COMPLIANCE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS INVESTIGATION & RESPONSE

Is Your Organization Title IX Compliant?


COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCES TO HELP COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the U.S. Department of Education is enforcing compliance with its 2011 “Dear Colleague” letter (DCL) on preventing and responding to campus sexual harassment and sexual assault. United Educators (UE) has developed comprehensive resources to help colleges and universities meet DCL requirements.
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New! Title IX Advisory Toolkit

Download UE's Title IX Toolkit

UE prepared six Title IX advisories to clarify steps institutions should take to avoid financial losses and negative publicity from noncompliance. We’ve compiled them in a convenient ebook, Title IX Advisory Toolkit, which explains the DCL’s key requirements:

  • Designate a Title IX coordinator to investigate or oversee the investigation of reports of sexual assault or harassment. Our toolkit explains the coordinator’s role and responsibilities.
  • Implement training for students, faculty, and staff—including campus law enforcement personnel—to identify and respond to sexual assault and harassment. UE’s toolkit includes recommendations for training and prevention.
  • Conduct investigations that are fair to all involved parties. Our toolkit includes detailed information on nondiscrimination policies, grievance procedures, conducting investigations, and holding disciplinary hearings.

Download your FREE copy of UE’s Title IX Advisory Toolkit today.

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