Title IX prohibits all forms of sex discrimination in education programs and activities in federally funded schools at all levels. The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act (VAWA) amended the Clery Act to add new crimes of sexual violence to a school’s Clery Act reporting obligations. VAWA overlaps with Title IX because VAWA Crimes are always a form of sex discrimination prohibited by Title IX.

This group is for postsecondary education professionals to come together to discuss topics related to Title IX and VAWA compliance. Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues improve compliance.

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important content | New discussion by Patricia Bishop


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Great refresher... | New discussion by Christine Pool

I feel this is an important topic to review annually as a refresher & to keep up with new information. 

Excellent | New discussion by Ahmed Banafa

Excellent Info.

Title IX | New blog by Franklin Socorro

Great info,   Will be discussing with title IX coordinator on campus

necessary legislation | New comment by Franklin Socorro

So much great information

Very informative | New discussion by juan zamora

Very good resource of information and resources for employees and students

Necessary Training | New comment by Mary Yoon

I agree, but "reading" may not be enough. It is important that annual re-inorientations which typically include FERPA and Copyright issues, should also include references to VAWA. For larger...

Necessary Training | New comment by Kevin Fodor

On the surface, this all seems like it would be common sense.  And yet, far too often I can see where this type of thing could "slip under the radar" during a busy semester or year.  Good...

Accurate Documentation is Imperative | New discussion by Yvette Rowland

In its recent investigations of Title IX complaints of colleges, the U.S. Department of Education has strongly criticized institutions for failure to document the steps taken by institutions to respon...