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Title IX Administrators Bolster Content Strategy With New Offerings

By / May 26, 2017 (TitleIX.com screenshot)

The Association of Title IX Administrators has aggressively been improving its content offerings of late. Its latest endeavor? A clearinghouse on all things Title IX.

Have any questions on Title IX? A new site underwritten and produced by an association well-versed on the issue could help clear things up.

The Association of Title IX Administrators, in tandem with The NCHERM Group, has developed a website called TitleIX.com, a clearinghouse-style site with details on a variety of topics related to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the law that prevents gender discrimination by education programs that receive federal assistance.

That regulation has created a wide array of issues for educational facilities to consider, whether they’re K-12 schools or college campuses. The website details how the law affects parents, students, sports teams, attorneys, administrators, and other stakeholders. Additionally, TitleIX.com tackles specific situations covered by the law, such as sexual harassment, gender discrimination, gender identity, pregnant students, and bullying.

“Gender and sex equity is an inherent good in our society, and those seeking to advance sex and gender equity need good-quality tools and resources,” the association said in a statement on its website. “TitleIX.com culls and organizes the content you need in a user-friendly, free, and accessible format, including mobile access on the go.”

The website is just the latest resource that the association has recently released. Earlier this year, it created a 120-page playbook advising administrators on how to handle sexual misconduct allegations on college campuses. And the group recently relaunched its Title IX Today email newsletter.

Ernie Smith

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