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Postsecondary Pathways | Title IX: What’s Changed and What’s Next
Enacted as part of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title IX is the name most commonly used to refer to federal civil rights law in the U.S. that prohibits sex-based discrimination in any school or other education program that receives federal funding. Over its 50 years, Title IX has most often been applied to equitable sporting opportunities for men and women, but over the past two decades has also been seen as a protection against campus sexual violence. This webinar will explore the changing Title IX policy landscape across institutions and best practices in state and institutional policy.

Apr 13, 2023 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Montoya Ho-Sang
Partner @Akerman LLP
Montoya M. Ho-Sang provides full service representation to higher education institutions, including performing Title IX audits and compliance reviews regarding athletics and sexual misconduct matters, representing institutions in a wide range of civil litigation matters, and drafting policies and procedures for students and employees and staff. She regularly counsels and provides training to clients on matters involving discrimination, harassment, student accommodations, Clery Act compliance, and student privacy, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. Montoya’s practice includes providing guidance to institutions regarding Name, Image, and Likeness matters (NIL), including drafting NIL policies for athletic departments, counseling, and training institutions on NIL best practices to ensure equity and compliance with state, conference, and NCAA regulations.
Skye David
Staff Attorney @North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Skye David has been the staff attorney at North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault for 5 years. She has worked on policy for NCCASA for 6 years, and has been in the intimate partner violence field for over a decade. During that time, she has specialized in policy, Title IX, and campus communities. The effects of her work have been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, The Washington Post, and NBCNews, among other outlets.
Dr. Lance Houston
Title IX Coordinator and Director of Equity & Compliance @Adelphia University