Compliance Issues

Chicago Public Schools losing $4 million federal grant money

Source: https://depauliaonline.com/37072/news/chicago-public-schools-losing-4-million-federal-grant-money/ Note: It is well known the the USDOE has never withdrawn federal funding for a a school district for non-compliance with Title IX. However, this is an unusual strategy. With-holding grant money for non-compliance.   Chicago Public Schools losing $4 million federal grant money Samuel Rahman, Contributing Writer October 15, 2018 Correction: A previous […]

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Methods of Administration (MOA)

  The purpose of the Methods of Administration (MOA) program is to ensure that all students, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability, have equal access to high-quality career and technical education programs.  Through its Methods of Administration authority, OCR oversees the civil rights compliance programs of state agencies that administer career and […]

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Title IX and Private K-12 Schools

Source: http://stopsexualassaultinschools.org/guest/title-ix-and-private-k-12-schools/ Stop Sexual Assault in Schools Educating students, families, and schools about the right to an equal education free from sexual harassment Title IX and Private K-12 Schools by Christine Garner, with input from Bill Howe and SSAIS. This FAQ is about Title IX and private K-12 schools. It is not intended as definitive legal advice. We recommend […]

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Idaho Elementary School Found Non-Compliant with Title IX Due to Sex-Segregated Classrooms

by FEMINIST NEWSWIRE on Dec 6, 2016 • 11:08 AM No Comments Last week the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) in the US Department of Education (ED) determined that Idaho’s Middleton School District was in violation of Title IX for segregating elementary school students into all-girl and all-boy classrooms. A complaint filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) alleged […]

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Considerations for School District Sexual Misconduct Policies

Considerations for School District Sexual Misconduct Policies highlights issues for K-12 districts to consider when bringing together a multi-disciplinary team to develop sexual misconduct policies as part of their overall response to sexual misconduct. By using this document as a guide, it will enable K-12 teams to include all the essential components of a comprehensive […]

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