All materials used to train the investigators for the Office for Equity, Equal Opportunity, and Title IX, as well as anyone involved in the implementation of the Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation and the Sexual Misconduct Process, which applies to reports of Title IX sexual harassment, are posted here.

U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights Webinar: Title IX: An Introduction to the New Regulations

OCR Webinar: Title IX Regulations Addressing Sexual Harassment [YouTube]

A First Look at the New Title IX Regulations

Summary of Key Provisions and Practical Implementation Considerations

The New Title IX Regulations: Live Hearings

Provides an overview of live hearings and decision-making. Outline the legally-required elements for live hearings, and sets the context for further discussion on effective practices in conducting live hearings and decision-making.

The New Title IX Regulations: Policies, Procedures, and Practical
Implementation

Explore decision making frameworks to implement the prescriptive and discretionary aspects of the regulations; outline policy frameworks to effectively navigate the myriad policy; components of the new regulations; Augment the frameworks with a discussion of the regulations through the use of hypothetical scenarios to bring key decisions to light; and provide a sample weekly project management plan for effective implementation, community engagement and comprehensive communications.

The New Title IX Regulations: Initial Assessment: Notice, Jurisdiction,
Supportive Measures and Formal Complaints Implementation

Provide an overview of initial assessment or intake and outreach processes, outline the legally-required elements for intake processes under the new Title IX regulations, and Share effective practices in conducting initial assessments and intake processes

The New Title IX Regulations: Investigations & Evidentiary
Considerations

Examine the prescriptive requirements of the final Title IX regulations related to investigations.