Title IX

Back to School Safety Checklist: Healthy Relationships Under Title IX

As you start to plan for the new school year, it’s important to keep in mind the safety of your students. One way you can do that is to help them identify the characteristics of healthy relationships and their rights under Title IX, which prohibit sexual violence, bullying and more.

Course Highlight: Consent & Respect

Are you still looking for a Title IX training solution for your campus? Wondering how best to prepare students for healthy relationships and train them to be more than just bystanders? All the while still meeting your school's requirements?

Look no further! Consent & Respect will help you cover your Title IX and Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act (SaVE Act) requirements.

Course Highlight: Respect & Resolve

Do you have students that are struggling with self-esteem? Not sure about how to handle relationships? Dealing with coercive behaviors from boyfriends or girlfriends? Are you looking for a way to meet your school’s health and wellness education requirements? Wondering how best to prepare them for healthy relationships and train them to be more than just bystanders? All while still meeting your state’s Title IX requirements?

Early Signs of an Unhealthy Relationship

New relationships can be fun and exciting as you start a new chapter in your lives together. In the beginning, everything seems perfect, and you couldn’t imagine anything going wrong. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Sometimes your partner ends up having some flaws. And while some flaws are okay, like they love chocolate ice cream and you love vanilla, there are some red flags that can be unhealthy later on. Here are some behaviors to be on the lookout for in a new relationship:

Get School Year Ready with Online Title IX Training

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits sexual discrimination at any educational institution receiving federal financial assistance. This civil right bans sex-based discrimination, which includes sexual harassment and sexual violence. When a student has experienced any of these situations and reports them to the school, the school must stop the discrimination, prevent it from happening again, and address the effects it has caused.

There are 3 areas a campus must address in their annual security reports (ASR) to be in compliance with Title IX:

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It’s still summer, and by this point, your kids may be getting antsy with all the time on their hands. That’s why it’s even more important to make sure that they are handling media responsibly. 

Tips to keep your teens safe this summer (and all through the year!):

June 01, 2020