Sexual Harassment

Guide to the College Discipline Process

Source: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/12/prweb14992065.htm Guide Published for College Students and Their Parents Nationwide on Title IX, Sexual Assault, Conduct Code Violations, Due Process and School Discipline Proceedings Duffy Law, LLC, a law firm in Connecticut focusing on the representation of college students across the country, has published a comprehensive guide to help students and parents navigate the fast-changing […]

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Watch “Sexual Harassment: Not in Our School!”

Watch “Sexual Harassment: Not in Our School!”  is an innovative video for K-12 parents, middle and high school students, schools, and community organizations. It’s about gender equality in education, students’ protections under Title IX, and much more. Video Contents  Media Reports As high school students plan for their new gender equality group, we watch them interview nationally […]

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Invitation to join list serve devoted to K-12 sexual harassment

Gender equity advocates, Each day we see new initiatives to erode students’ civil rights. One way SSAIS is fighting back is by forming a coalition of K-12 activists and advocates to amplify each other’s voice. The purpose of the new listserve is to share our activism, to discuss strategies, and promote each other’s efforts–to create […]

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7 Ways Title IX Protects College Students

SOURCE: http://www.care2.com/causes/7-ways-title-ix-protects-college-students.html By: Emily Zak October 7, 2017 About Emily Follow Emily at @EmilyEZak For 45 years, Title IX has helped protect students from gender discrimination but recently the Trump Administration has been tweaking guidelines for the influential civil rights law. First, Betsy DeVos’ Education Department withdrew protections for transgender students. Now, sexual assault survivors have to work harder to prove their assault […]

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Schoolhouse Sex Assault

10 stories Student-on-student sexual assault is not just a problem on college campuses. It threatens thousands of kids a year in elementary, middle and high schools across America. Rich or poor, urban or rural, no school is immune. AP journalists spent a year investigating sexual assaults in elementary and secondary schools. It found they occurred […]

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