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Resources on New Title IX Rules

The U.S. Department of Education published the final Title IX rule addressing sexual harassment in schools, which will make schools more dangerous for all students. It is scheduled to take effect on August 14, 2020. An ADA Accessible, Large Print version of the final Title IX rule can be found here. An audio version will be available soon here.

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Resources for Colleges/Universities

  • **NEW** August 4, 2020: The Colorado Department of Higher Education’s Sexual Misconduct Advisory Committee released their First Report and Recommendations to the General Assembly and institutions of higher education on the updated U.S. Department of Education Title IX rules.
  • **NEW** CCASA’s Title IX Crosswalk – This tool focuses on how institutions can use Clery and SB19-007 as a mechanism to inform the implementation of the TIX New Regulations in order to mitigate the harmful impacts. This tool is available to CCASA members by emailing info@ccasa.org with the subject line “Access to TIX Crosswalk.
  • Recording of CCASA’s Annual Campus Meeting (7.16.20) – Email info@ccasa.org for a link to access this recording. Note: This recording is free for CCASA members and may require a payment for non-members.
  • Recording of CCASA’s web meeting for campus professionals (5.14.20) on the Title IX Final Rule and what it means for Colorado: click here

Resources for K-12 Schools

Efforts to Rescind/Stop the new Rule from taking effect

U.S. Representatives Slotkin (MI-D), Pressley (MA-D), Kuster (NH-D), and Speier (CA-D) introduced H.R. 5388 in December 2019, which would block the final Title IX rule: www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/5388/text

Read Representatives Speier, Kuster, Pressley and Slotkin’s Letter to Department of Education to Rescind Title IX Rule (5.22.20)

The ACLU, the National Women’s Law Center, and many advocates are suing DeVos and the Department of Education to keep the final Title IX rule from taking effect:

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser joins 18 other State Attorneys General in urging the Department of Education to suspend the rulemaking process for the proposed regulations implementing Title IX: https://oag.ca.gov/system/files/attachments/press-docs/MultistateLetter_Title%20IX_COVID-19_03272020.pdf

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