Title IX Rule: Key Changes And Next Steps For Institutions (Video)

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On April 29, 2024, the US Department of Education published its final Title IX rule in the Federal Register. In our second HigherEdReg Rundown, Scott Goldschmidt provides preliminary analysis on the new rule.
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On April 29, 2024, the US Department of Education published its final Title IX rule in the Federal Register.

In our second HigherEdReg Rundown, Scott Goldschmidt provides preliminary analysis on the new rule. He discusses key differences between the current Title IX rule and this final rule, including changes in the scope and application of the rule as well as response and training requirements for institutions. He also provides a brief update on the current litigation challenging the rule and reflects on next steps for institutions to consider to meet the August 1, 2024 effective date.

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Title IX Rule: Key Changes And Next Steps For Institutions (Video)

United States Consumer Protection
Contributor
For almost 90 years, Thompson Coburn LLP has provided the quality legal services and counsel our clients demand to achieve their most critical business goals. With more than 380 lawyers and 40 practice areas, we serve clients throughout the United States and beyond.
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