Title IX - Compliance Bundle (Pamphlet and Poster)
The 2020 Title IX Regulations require K12 districts and schools to “prominently display” their policies related to sexual and gender-based harassment and sexual assault. Title IX has always included a mandate to educate and empower K12 students and their families about their rights under the law. ETR offers districts and schools the Title IX Compliance Bundle that includes both a Title IX policy poster and a pamphlet that contains information about students' rights at a special bundled price.
Title IX Policy Poster - Elevate the visibility of your policies and strengthen your district’s and schools’ compliance with Title IX by presenting your policies in this eye-catching poster.
- Includes space to attach your policies and the contact information for your Title IX Coordinator as required under the 2020 Title IX regulations.
- Includes a QR code that students can scan to access a comprehensive online FAQ on sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual assault, and Title IX (offered in English and Spanish).
Title IX Know Your Rights Pamphlet - Developed by K12 students in collaboration with ETR’s K12T9 Initiative, this pamphlet provides developmentally-appropriate guidance to middle and high school students on their rights under Title IX, the federal law that prohibits sexual and gender-based harassment and sexual assault in schools that receive federal funding.
- Helps students understand which behaviors could be considered sexual and/or gender-based harassment under Title IX.
- Includes a QR Code that students can scan to access a comprehensive online FAQ on sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual assault, and Title IX (offered in English and Spanish).
- Provides updated content aligned with the 2020 Title IX Regulations.
- Helps students understand their rights – as complainants or respondents – under Title IX.
- Guides students on how to find the contact information for their District’s Title IX Coordinator.
- Empowers students with the information they need to take action to stop sexual and/or gender-based harassment and sexual assault in their school community.