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ATIXA provides a professional association for school and college Title IX Coordinators and administrators who are interested in serving their districts and campuses more effectively. Since 1972, Title IX has proved to be an increasingly powerful leveling tool, helping to advance gender equity in schools and colleges.
Title IX’s benefits can be found in promoting equity in academic and athletics programs, preventing hostile environments on the basis of sex, prohibiting sexual harassment and sexual violence, protecting from retaliation and remedying the effects of other gender-based forms of discrimination.
Every school district and college in the United States is required to have a Title IX Coordinator who oversees implementation, training and compliance with Title IX. ATIXA brings campus and district Title IX Coordinators and administrators into professional collaboration to explore best practices, share resources and advance the worthy goal of gender equity in education.
Rapid Response Webinar: What Every College Needs To Know About The VAWA Section 304 Final Regulations
In partnership with Innovative Educators, experts from ATIXA & The NCHERM Group, LLC are pleased to bring you an upcoming training opportunity from the nation’s foremost authorities on the Clery Act and Higher Education legislation. When VAWA §304 went into effect in March of 2014, many campuses lacked clarity on the more than 70 new substantive, reporting and prevention requirements. On October 20th, the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) issued final regulations implementing changes made to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (The Clery Act) by Section 304 of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA), also known as the Campus SaVE Act. Join John Wesley Lowery, Ph.D., Brett A. Sokolow, J.D. & W. Scott Lewis, J.D. as they review the new regulations and offer clarification and explanation on what institutions must do next to fully comply with these new requirements. What do these new regulations mean for your campus? Join the experts as they discuss the new regulations, answer your questions, review major takeaways and talk next steps for your campus. Click here to register.
Combination Flat-Free Pricing for “Final Eyes” Service: Off-Site Investigation Review + ATIXA Institutional Membership
You’ve come to the end of the investigation, hearing or appeal on a sexual misconduct complaint, and you want to be sure you’ve got it right. That’s what the experts at The NCHERM Group are here for. You’ll have the confidence that one of the nation’s foremost experts on Title IX has laid final eyes on your findings, sanctions and/or remedies, and thinks you are on the right track. Final Eyes guarantees that an NCHERM Group partner will review your decision by phone and/or email, and let you know how they see it. Final Eyes is the reassurance you need in a time when there is zero margin for error on campus sexual misconduct cases. This service is usually billed hourly. But now, your campus can subscribe to Final Eyes and also receive an institutional membership to ATIXA for a flat fee of $6,999 for the entire year, with no limit on how often it can be used.
To access Final Eyes on demand for your campus, click here.
The NCHERM Group Issues An Open Letter
to Higher Education about Campus Sexual
Click here to read the open letter to Higher Education, issued by Brett A. Sokolow, Esq. & The NCHERM Group Partners.
Analyzing and Discussing the Recently
Released FAQ’s on Title IX
They’re finally here! The Department of Education has issued answers to 52 Frequently Asked Questions about the April 4, 2011 Title IX Dear Colleague Letter. These FAQ’s supplement the “Dear Colleague Letter” as significant guidance documents. Experts from The NCHERM Group and ATIXA recently offered two rapid response webinars addressing this topic, analyzing the FAQs, sharing opinion, and discussing the implications of OCR’s answers. For recording information, view a copy of the FAQs and to learn more about additional resources, click here.
ATIXA Model Policy Updated to Reflect New
Campus SaVE Provisions
ATIXA is distributing freely and publicly its transformative Gender-Based and Sexual Misconduct Model Policy, newly updated to reflect Campus SaVE Provisions. This policy has helped hundreds of campuses as they strive to comply with Title IX and related legislation, as well as protect the safety of their communities. Let it help yours.
Announcing the 2014 Whitepaper: Equity
is Such a Lonely Word
Co-published by The NCHERM Group and ATIXA, this Whitepaper will be a practical guide to realizing full equity. We may give lip service on our campuses to being communities of inclusion, diversity and social justice, but without real equity, we don’t walk our talk.
ATIXA Leadership Invited to the White House
Click here to read ATIXA Leadership’s takeaways from their visit to the White House. Click here to read the official
ATIXA Issues Dear President Letter
The NCHERM Group and ATIXA Issue
Click here to read more about the campus-based elements in The White House announcement and report, “Rape and Sexual Assault: A Renewed Call to Action.”
The ATIXA One Policy, One Process Model
The ATIXA Model Policy and Procedure for Civil Rights Equity Grievance Resolution for all Faculty, Students and Employees
ATIXA has developed an approach called the One Policy, One Process Model permitting all discrimination complaints (age, race, sex, gender, nationality, etc.) to be resolved using one institution-wide policy, and one stand-alone resolution process, applied to all complaints involving faculty, students and staff. Visit our website to learn more.