On-demand Webinars

May 22, 2024

Title IX: New Regulations and New Compliance Requirements for K-12 Schools




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After multiple delays, the Department of Education released the long-awaited Title IX new regulations on April 19, 2024. These regulations will replace the Final Rule on Title IX released in May of 2020 and make significant changes on the compliance landscape for K-12 schools.

Join us for an overview of the new requirements that take effect on August 1, 2024, and what will need to be in place before the start of the 2024-25 school year.

Learning Objectives

During this webinar, the presenter will:

  • Summarize the compliance obligations of K-12 institutions under the new regulations.
  • Review the scope of Title IX and the revised definitions of what types of actions are covered, including new areas of coverage.
  • Examine the new grievance process requirements for K-12 schools.
  • Discuss training needed for staff, teachers, and students.
  • Address questions about the implementation of the changes.


Megan C. Farrell

Title IX and Civil Rights Officer and Title IX Consultant

Megan is an advisor and consultant to educational institutions clients with a focus on Title IX compliance. Megan’s approach focuses on providing practical, reasoned advice to colleges, universities and K12 schools who are implementing change and bringing her legal, business, and education expertise to unique challenges. Megan’s background includes working as Title IX Coordinator at Palo Alto School District and Notre Dame of Maryland University. She has also served as in-house counsel, faculty member, and graduate program director. Aside from these in-house positions, Megan also has provided risk and litigation management counseling to institutions, developed internal policies and procedures for education clients, and designed customized training programs for educational institutions across the country. Megan holds a Bachelors of Arts degree from Loyola University, a Juris Doctor from Widener University, and a Masters of Business degree from University of Maryland. Megan holds a Certificates in Bias and Diversity from Cornell University and Mentor Coaching from the Coach Training Alliance, an International Coach Federation (IFC) program.

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