2023 TITLE IX COFFEE AND CONVERSATIONS
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NOTE: Payment provides individual member or non-member registrants with an access login for one registrant. Broadcasting these sessions to multiple people/locations is not permitted, as each registrant will need to purchase an access login.
Registration generally CLOSES 2 days (48 hours) prior to the start of each session.
COFFEE AND CONVERSATIONS: A 4-PART TITLE IX PREGNANCY SERIES
PRESENTED BY NACCOP AND D. STAFFORD & ASSOCIATES
The new Title IX regulations could substantially address the rights of pregnant, parenting, and related conditions for students. How are you complying with CURRENT requirements? Join us for four virtual discussions addressing the rights of pregnant and parenting students in higher education.
These sessions will be live, virtual sessions and will not be recorded.
Coffee and Conversations Series Package* (4 Sessions) NACCOP Member: $299.00 Non-Member: $449.00
Please Note: If you register for the series package, there is no need to register for the individual sessions below – the package covers all 4 sessions. You will be emailed a Zoom link to join the session a day or two before each individual session.
Individual Sessions in the Series Rate (Rate is per session /Group rate not available.) NACCOP Member: $99.00 Non-Member: $149.00
REGISTER FOR THE INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS BELOW
COFFEE AND CONVERSATIONS INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS:
SESSION #1: Ensuring the Rights of Pregnant and Parenting Students
Date: January 10, 2023 Time: 2:00 pm-3:00 pm Eastern Time
This session will focus on the requirements of Title IX as they relate to pregnant and parenting students as well as explain how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can and does become implicated in certain cases. Special attention will be paid to the need for cooperation between the Title IX Coordinator and the institution’s disability services/504 Coordinator to ensure compliance.
SESSION #2: Creating a Campus Lactation Policy
Date: February 9, 2023 Time: 2:00 pm-3:00 pm Eastern Time
What do Title IX, The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), and more than 30 U.S. state laws have in common? Protection for lactating persons. Join us for a discussion on what Title IX has to say (right now!) about the rights of lactating students and the FLSA and state law require of employers for lactating employees. Special emphasis will be placed on the need for an institutional lactation policy, including the various best practice components.
SESSION #3: Developing Educational Materials for Faculty and Students
Date: February 23, 2023 Time: 2:00 pm-3:00 pm Eastern Time
When I search “Title IX” on your institution’s website, will I land on a page filled with information on protections related to pregnancy, parenting, lactation rights, and the like? Most often that answer is a resounding “no.” Institutions have greatly improved their Title IX websites to include all things sexual harassment, especially given that sexual harassment is all the 2020 regs discussed, but in that, we are missing out on ensuring the rights of pregnant, parenting, and lactating students and employees. This session will review key components of a sound and user-friendly website where people can find the information they need. We will also discuss why it is crucial to ensure educational materials on Title IX are delivered to faculty and students address pregnant, parenting, and lactating persons and provide best practice tips on working with your faculty.
SESSION #4: Responding to Allegations of Pregnancy Discrimination
Date: March 2, 2023 Time: 2:00 pm-3:00 pm Eastern Time
Take a look at your institution’s “Title IX” policy. Given the requirements of the 2020 regulations, most institutions have opted to address sex discrimination, including pregnancy discrimination, in other institutional nondiscrimination policies. What process is outlined in that policy or procedure for a person to complain of pregnancy discrimination? Who do those complaints come to at your institution—HR? Disability Services? Title IX? Someone else, like a Dean or Director? Does the response look different for student complaints than it does employee complaints? What about graduate students or student employees? This session will focus on best practice response to allegations of pregnancy discrimination and make the argument on why these complaints should be handled by well-trained administrators using an established and vetted process based on the requirements of law.
Session Refund Policy
Any session registration cancellation emailed more than 72 hours prior to the day/time of the session will be provided with the opportunity to register for a future alternate session. In the event that there are not any upcoming session/events available, there will be a credit issued for a future event that must be used within 1 year of the original session date that resulted in the credit being issued. Credits will be removed from the registrants account after 1 year (i.e. 365 days).
If the original registrant will not be able to participate, he/she can forward the name and email address of a colleague at their institution who will serve as a substitute. A substitution to another individual from the same institution may be made at least 72 hours in advance of the scheduled session. All substitution requests must be made in writing and NACCOP will verify the original registration before approving the request and transferring the original registration to the requested substitute.
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No refunds will be given for issues or circumstances beyond our control such as manmade or natural disasters, weather, campus conditions, unstable internet connections, etc.
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