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The proposed changes to the Title IX regulations require ongoing consultation between the Title IX Coordinator and special education team
Assuming they are finalized as proposed, the new Title IX rules will for the first time require ongoing “consultation” between the Title IX Coordinator and special education team when a party to a Title IX complaint is a student receiving special education or related services. But if you work in Title IX or special education in K-12 public schools, “collaboration” should already be a part of your vocabulary in this context. There are so many complex issues at the intersection of Title IX and special education that make collaboration between Title IX and special education teams essential. Are you doing all you need to do to protect your educational institution from legal risks involving Title IX and special education?
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What Supreme Court cases have had the greatest impact on public education over the last seven decades?
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What can school districts do when the Satanic Temple (or any other group) wants to meet on school property or distribute their literature to students at school?
The post The Satanic Conundrum: How to Respond When the Satanic Temple Comes Knocking at the Schoolhouse Gates appeared first on The Oldest Blog.
By Matthew A. Reed, Counsel, Thompson & Horton
Amateurism in intercollegiate athletics is dying. A combination of state legislation and federal court orders has resulted in a largely unregulated “Wild West” environment in which college athletes have gained an unprecedented ability to capitalize on their status by receiving payments for use of their names, images, and likenesses (“NIL”). Not surprisingly, most NIL payments seem to be flowing to men. What responsibility do educational institutions have to ensure gender equity in NIL payments to athletes in their sports programs?
The post Does Title IX Apply to Gender Disparity in NIL Compensation? appeared first on Title IX Tips.
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division share