Title IX Compliance Overview
Title IX is used to prevent discrimination in educational institutions that receive federal funds. Specifically, the law governs the way in which institutions must handle accusations of sexual harassment to ensure that investigations are transparent and fair. This course is designed to provide school staff with an overview of Title IX regulations to ensure that their school district is in compliance. Topics covered include the role of legal precedent, regulatory and subregulatory guidance related to Title IX; relevant terminology used in Title IX guidance; and guidelines school districts must follow to remain in compliance with the law.
Full Course - 44 minutes
his version is designed for all school staff.
Megan C. Farrell
Megan C. Farrell is an advisor and consultant to educational institution clients with a focus on Title IX compliance. She is also the Title IX coordinator at Palo Alto Unified School District and Notre Dame of Maryland University. She has developed and delivered Title IX compliance training (in person and online) and has audited Title IX practices and policies at universities, colleges and K12 districts. She holds a Bachelors of Arts from Loyola University, a Juris Doctor from Delaware Law School, and a Masters of Business from University of Maryland. She also holds certificates in bias and inclusion from Cornell University; mediation from San Francisco Bar Association; restorative justice from the Center for Restorative Justice; and mentor coaching through the Coach Training Alliance, an International Coach Federation program. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.