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AA #3752: Title IX Responding to Discrimination on the Basis of Sex - July 2024- ONLINE

Wednesday, July 24, 2024
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (CDT)
25 Seats Remaining

Event Details

Course Details:

Join us for a comprehensive Administrator Academy designed to equip educational leaders with the latest knowledge and strategies for navigating Title IX regulations in K-12 school systems. In light of recent updates, this academy delves into the intricacies of addressing discrimination on the basis of sex, ensuring compliance, and fostering safe and inclusive learning environments for all students.

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Understanding Title IX: Gain a deep understanding of the core principles, scope, and implications of Title IX as it pertains to K-12 education.

  2. Recent Regulatory Changes: Stay up-to-date with the latest amendments, regulations, and guidance related to Title IX to ensure compliance with the law.

  3. Identifying Discrimination: Learn to recognize various forms of discrimination on the basis of sex, including sexual harassment, gender-based violence, and disparities in educational opportunities.

  4. Investigation Procedures: Explore effective and fair investigation procedures for handling complaints of sex discrimination in K-12 settings, adhering to legal requirements and best practices.

  5. Supporting Survivors and Respondents: Develop strategies for providing comprehensive support to survivors of sex discrimination while ensuring due process rights for respondents.

  6. Preventive Measures and Education: Discover proactive approaches to preventing sex discrimination through education, awareness campaigns, and policy implementation.

  7. Intersectionality and Equity: Examine the intersection of Title IX with other forms of discrimination and learn strategies for promoting equity and inclusion for all students.

  8. Data Collection and Reporting: Understand the importance of data collection and reporting in monitoring Title IX compliance and addressing systemic issues.

  9. Community Engagement: Explore ways to engage stakeholders, including students, parents, faculty, and community members, in efforts to combat sex discrimination and promote a culture of respect and equality.

  10. Legal and Ethical Considerations: Navigate complex legal and ethical considerations inherent in Title IX compliance, including confidentiality, privacy, and the role of mandated reporters.

Who Should Attend:

This Administrator Academy is designed for school administrators, Title IX coordinators, district officials, counselors, educators, and other professionals responsible for ensuring a safe and inclusive learning environment in K-12 school systems.

Join us as we delve into the latest developments and best practices for responding to discrimination on the basis of sex in K-12 education and work together to create positive change in our schools.



Stephanie is an experienced leader in the field of public education who is dedicated to providing counsel to Illinois schools both in private practice and as the former General Counsel of the Illinois State Board of Education.

For More Information:

Lindsay Jonas
Lindsay Jonas
Director Professional Development, Partnerships & Pl... Illinois Association of School Personnel Administrators (847)323-1855


IASPA's Cancellation Policy:

Registration cancellations received one week before the event will be refunded less a $50 processing fee.  Cancellations received after one week before the event cannot be refunded.  Refunds are not granted for failure to attend, late arrivals, or early departures.  IASPA is not responsible for national, state, or local travel restrictions; medical or weather-related cancellations;  or airfare, hotel, or other costs associated with registration.  Requests for cancellation must be received by Barb Dombroski at by July 16, 2024.