Seminar Coming Spring 2024
Dual Enrollment: When K-12 and Higher Education Programs, Students, and Staff Combine
Dual enrollment programs can pose a challenge to Title IX compliance as they involve a mix of K-12 and higher education students and staff. These programs can operate in various configurations, including on-site in a K-12 school, at a college or university, or in a hybrid combination. To ensure Title IX compliance across both spheres, school, district, and higher education partners must coordinate and cooperate effectively.
This seminar addresses the common issues and frequently asked questions regarding dual enrollment situations, including assessing jurisdiction over the report or complaint, navigating each entity’s Title IX grievance process, collaborative investigations, implementing memoranda of understanding/cooperative agreements, and promoting effective relationships between multiple education entities. Additionally, the seminar will provide tips and strategies to stop, prevent, and remedy sex- and gender-based harassment that may arise in these unique education settings.
- Configurations of Dual Enrollment Arrangements
- Title IX Requirements as Applied to Dual Enrollment Contexts
- Mandated Reporting of Abuse of Minors and Training for College Faculty Members
- Jurisdictional Analysis and Framework
- Control Analysis: When are They “Your” Student or “Your” Employee?
- Effective Communication and Relationships
- Collaborative Investigations Leading to Split Decisions
- Managing Investigations in a Dual Enrollment Context
- Sanctioning and Enforcement
- Sharing Information Between Entities under FERPA
- Case Studies
Understand the unique contexts of dual enrollment and early college environments and how Title IX applies to jurisdictional issues and investigations, especially when minors are involved
After completing this seminar, participants will…
- Understand the unique contexts of dual enrollment/early college environments and how Title IX applies
- Analyze jurisdictional issues in dual enrollment circumstances
- Navigate joint or independent investigations and Title IX grievance processes
- Engage appropriately with parents, guardians, and other individuals in each setting
- Explore opportunities for improved coordination and MOUs with partner sites
Who Should Attend?
- Title IX Coordinators
- Deputy Title IX Coordinators
- Title IX or Civil Rights Investigators
- Appeal Decision-makers
- Informal Resolution Facilitators
- Intake/Case Coordinators
- Human Resources Professionals
- Student Conduct Professionals
- Legal Counsel
- Compliance and Risk Management Professionals (Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, ADA/Section 504, AA, EEO, Clery)
- Student Affairs Administrators
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Professionals
- School Board Members
- Superintendents, Principals, & Assistant Principals
- Academic Affairs Administrators & Deans
This seminar is tailored to be applicable for Higher Education Institutions, K-12 Schools and Districts, as well as Dual Enrollment programs.
Please note, Seminars do not offer certifications but they do receive digital badges. Attendees will earn 2 re-certifying credits toward any currently held Certifications. Please click here to view our Continuing Certification Credits (CCC) FAQs.