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Title IX

Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments (Title IX) is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any education program or activity that receives federal funding. Sex discrimination includes gender-based discrimination or harassment, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and gender-based stalking.

To address and respond to Title IX issues, Title IX Coordinator and Deputies adhere to the following Board Policies:

  • Board Policy 3410: Nondiscrimation
  • Board Policy 3420: Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Board Policy 3430: Prohibition of Unlawful Harassment
  • Board Policy 3433: Prohibition of Sexual Harassment under Title IX
  • Board Policy 7100: Commitment to Diversity in Employment
  • Administrative Regulation C-14: Procedures for Prohibited Discrimination, Unlawful Harassment
  • Administrative Regulation C-15: Responding to Harassment Based on Sex under Title IX

The US Department of Education is expected to issue new Title IX regulations mandating how colleges that receive federal funding must respond to sexual harassment and sexual misconduct under Title IX in March 2024.

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To address Title IX issues, LACCD has designated a Title IX and Deputy Title IX Coordinators who are specially trained to work with individuals who report gender-based discrimination and sexual misconduct and provide information about resources, support services, and procedural options. Please feel free to contact your college's Deputy Title IX Coordinator for assistance.