Title IX News

Yale and Title IX: A Complicated History and an Unclear Future

Source: http://thepolitic.org/yale-and-title-ix-a-complicated-history-and-an-unclear-future/ Yale and Title IX: A Complicated History and an Unclear Future “Any Department of Education regulations that would detract from universities’ incentives to ensure such a climate would be a step backward, not forward.”   By SAM FELDMAN October 8, 2018    AS A BATTLE over Title IX looms in Washington D.C, Yale may once again […]

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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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#MeTooK12: New campaign raises awareness about rights at school

Launched this month, #MeTooK12 aims to broaden the discussion about sexual harassment and violence to include elementary, middle, and high schools. Enforcement of Title IX at that level needs a major boost, students and advocates say. ” Enforcing Title IX Among K-12 schools, “Title IX is perhaps the least enforced of the education laws,” says […]

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See what color graduation gowns Mira Costa students chose to signify gender equality

Source: http://tbrnews.com/news/manhattan_beach/see-what-color-graduation-gowns-mira-costa-students-chose-to/article_27710258-dc74-11e7-819b-2fcb1be77a19.html It might not be the biggest issue on campus, but Mira Costa Principal Ben Dale wanted to send a strong message this year about gender equality and gender identity. So, instead of ordering green graduation gowns for the boys and gold gowns for the girls as Mira Costa High School has done since as […]

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What’s Lost As Scouting Goes Coed

Source: http://www.weeklystandard.com/whats-lost-as-scouting-goes-coed/article/2010089   What’s Lost As Scouting Goes Coed Opportunities for single-sex socialization are dwindling, and that’s a problem. 4:57 AM, OCT 17, 2017 | By ALICE B. LLOYD Reasons for an institution like the Boy Scouts of America to go coed fall into roughly two camps. First, there’s the stark reality of dwindling membership: The Scouts are […]

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