A Primer on Title IX for Scouting: What Every Boy Scout and Girl Scout Official Needs to Know

First, Title IX isn’t the actual name of the law. That’s just a shorthand for where it was located in the United States Code originally when it was enacted in 1972. It’s now located at 20 USC § Section 1681. Title IX allows the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts to maintain single sex membership, but all other requirements of Title IX are applicable to scouting entities that are supported by federal funds. What requirements? Obtain the Complimentary Package and find out more now!

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Super

$4,999

  • For one-year per Higher Education Institution, K-12 School, or District
  • Access to ATIXA services and products worth up to $20,000, without per-item fees
  • Three complimentary registrations to ATIXA Certification Courses
  • Unlimited institutional users (sub-users) with full access
  • 36 + 20 Minutes to…Trained video modules
  • The ATIXA Title IX Toolkit (TIXKit)
  • VIP Socials at ATIXA Annual Conference and other Hotel-Based Certification Events
  • Access to live webinars
  • ATIXA One Policy, Two Procedures Model Policy and Procedures for Civil Rights Equity Grievance Resolution
  • MaxStack: A Database for Title IX Case Documentation from ATIXA & Maxient*
  • Access to all Regs Rapid Response (R3) packages (Policy, Coordinator, K-12, and Hearing Officer)
  • And more!

Institutional

$2,499

  • For one-year per Higher Education Institution, K-12 School, or District
  • Unlimited institutional users (sub-users) with full access
  • Electronic version of The ATIXA Playbook (under revision for 2020)
  • Eight 20 Minutes to…Trained video modules
  • Access to the OCR Investigation Finding Letter Database
  • And more!

Individual

$599

  • For one-year per Individual
  • Access to professional listserv
  • The most comprehensive Title IX library in the world
  • Five 20-Minutes-to...Trained Video Modules
  • Weekly newsletters
  • And more!