Recent Articles and News Items about Title IX

September 2020

ATIXA Mentioned in the Washington Post: Amy Coney Barrett, Potential Supreme Court Nominee, Wrote Influential Ruling on Campus Sexual Assault

House Subcommittee Meeting on Gender-Based Protections Next Week

Department of Education Decision on Trans Student-Athletes Could Have Broader Implications

August 2020

The Student Blaming Has Begun (subscription required)

Federal Courts Decline to Block DeVos Rule on Campus Sexual Violence

With DeVos’ Title IX Rule Taking Effect, Higher Ed is Under Strain

TNG Consulting Announces the Acquisition of Oracle Investigations Group, LLC

July 2020

As Transgender Rights Debate Spills into Sports, One Runner Finds Herself at the Center of a Pivotal Case

Newly Updated! July 2020 Updated ATIXA 1P2P Preview Copy Pre-OPEN Center Responses

R3 Release: The ATIXA Title IX Policy Statement

Supreme Court Petition: Brilliant Arguments Regarding Institution Liability for Student-on-Student Deliberate Indifference

OCR Opens 40 New Single Sex Investigations

ATIXA Position Statement: Compliance with the 2020 Title IX Regulations Will Require a Formalized and Expanded Title IX Team

June 2020

3 Myths of Title IX Regulations and a Roadmap Forward

TNG Names Kimberly Pacelli, J.D., M.Ed. as Partner

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Calls on Trump Administration to Revise Regulations and Enforcement Practices to Recognize Civil Rights Protections for LGBT Americans and Comply with the Supreme Court Bostock Decision from June 15, 2020

UA Paid Student $1.275 Million in What Expert Calls ‘Unprecedented’ Title IX Settlement

ATIXA Statement of Support

Startin’ in Kindergarten: Lawyering Up on School Sex Abuse

R3 Release: ATIXA’s OCR OPEN Center Response Repository

College Title IX Procedures Under Microscope

MIAA Volleyball Committee Waits on Rule Change to Allow Boys to Play on Girls’ Front Line

May 2020

K-12 Schools Keep Mishandling Sexual Assault Complaints. Will the New Title IX Regulations Help?

ATIXA Position Statement: Adopting the Preponderance of the Evidence Standard of Proof 

Chadron State to Pay $900,000 in Settlement of Title IX Lawsuit

ATIXA to Facilitate Public Posting of its Title IX Training Material

The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Survey Report: Where Colleges Stand on Title IX

R3 Release: Who’s Who on the Title IX Higher Education Team?

R3 Release: ATIXA’s Interim Policy Guidance

Title IX College Sexual Assault Rules Have Changed. As a Former Dean, I Have Some Concerns

R3 Release: New to IX – What Every Title IX K-12 Administrator Needs to Know

R3 Release: Who’s Who on the K-12 Title IX Team?

R3 Release: Summary of 2020 Title IX Regulations and Quick Tips

ACLU Comment on Department of Education’s Final Title IX Rule on Sexual Harassment

New Title IX Regulations no Longer Require Coaches to Report Sexual Misconduct

R3 Release: Top 10 Myths of the New OCR Title IX Regs

New Title IX Regulations Change How Colleges Must Respond to Sexual Misconduct Complaints

New Department of Education Sexual Assault Investigation Rules Spark Controversy

Students Accused of Sexual Misconduct Get Stronger Protections Under New Federal Rules

ATIXA Creates the 2020 Regs Rapid Response (“R3”) Resource Center

New Title IX Regulations Released

ATIXA Offers Free Webinar: Initial Response to and Overview of the New Regulations

April 2020

Press Release: 2020 Title IX Summer Certification Series Online

ATIXA Announces its 2020 Title IX Summer Certification Series Online

Dyad Strategies Announces Model Code of Student Organization Conduct

ATIXA Releases Frequently Asked Questions About the Impending 2020 Title IX Regulations

Clery Center Announces New Board Member: Sheilah D. Vance, Esq.

March 2020

American Counsel on Education’s Letter to the Department of Education 

National Women’s Law Center’s Letter to the Department of Education Regarding COVID-19 and Title IX

ATIXA Welcomes Katie Walker as our New Executive Director

What Do The Education Department’s New Title IX Rules Mean For Students

How the New DeVos Rules on Sexual Assault will Shock Schools — and Students

February 2020

At This Texas Campus, Sexual Harassers Can Now Expect to Be Fired

If you think you know how to conduct investigations of sexual harassment, sexting, sexualized bullying and even sexual assault, you may be surprised by the requirements for investigation that OCR is poised to impose.

Coaching Double Standard Plagues Women’s College Ice Hockey

Regulators Slam USC Handling of Sex Abuse Allegations as ‘Shocking and Reprehensible’

#MeToo Era Slow to Arrive at Minnesota State Campuses

Ohio State Among Universities Targeted Over Bias Against Men

January 2020

The Next Wave of #MeToo (subscription required)

Congressional Oversight Committee Regulation Challenging Letter to the Department of Education

Increased Legal Scrutiny for Sexual Assault Policies

TNG Appoints Martha E.M. Kopacz as Chief Executive Officer

MSU to Hold Annual Legal Issues Conference April 22-24

Some Lawyers Worry About Proposed DOE Rule That Would Remove Restrictions on Religious Institutions

We’re Listening: Introducing Newly Revised and Updated ATIXA Certifications

Op-Ed: New Federal Rules on Campus Sexual Misconduct Will Only Make Things Worse

OCR Is About to Rock Our Worlds

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