Title IX for Parents & Students
Before We Begin, Please Tell Us About Yourself
A crucial part of this is being able to determine how well your Title IX rights have been communicated to you and/or your child. Please answer the following brief questions before beginning the quiz.
I am a (Please check all that apply)
Parent- Elementary Student
Parent- Middle School Student
Parent- High School Student
Parent- College Student
Student- Middle School
Student- High School
Please check the ISD/College where you/your child attends school:
Cisco ISD- Texas
Eastland ISD- Texas
Gorman ISD- Texas
Ranger ISD- Texas
Rising Star ISD- Texas
Other ISD- Elementary
Other ISD- Middle School
Other ISD- High School
My school has shared with me information on a student's Title IX rights:
I know the name & contact information for the Title IX Coordinator: (Check all that apply)
I tried to find it on my own, but couldn't.
I was told by a third party (Eastland County Crisis Center, another parent, attorney, etc.)
About Your Title IX Rights
Title IX for K-12 schools is mainly about gender equality in sports and programs. When it comes to sexual harassment, there are exceptions for K-12 schools since students don't "reside together" on campus.
I don't know.
Title IX mandates are limited to incidents that occur on campus or at school events.
I don't know.
Following a Title IX complaint, a K-12 school must:
Offer immediate protective measures to the complainant
Allow the complainant to have his/her identity kept confidential
Give an opportunity for the complainant and the alleged harasser to meet and discuss incident.
All of the above
None of the above
If there is a criminal investigation happening as a result of the harassment, the school must:
Allow the criminal investigation to be the official Title IX investigation
Pause the Title IX investigation while the criminal investigators gather facts for their case
Conduct the Title IX investigation first since there is lower standard of proof
I don't know
The following are mandated rights for Title IX complainants: (check all that apply)
The option to have schedule, classroom, dorm, or program changes to keep complainant safe from retaliation
Completely confidential reporting
Access to counseling/advocacy services
Ability to have attorney present at hearings
Written statements instead of verbal statements
An option to appeal rulings in Title IX cases
Any decision from the Title IX investigation/hearing process in writing
Further remediation/protective measures offered regardless of outcome of Title IX investigation
Optional- More Title IX Information
If you would like more resources regarding your Title IX rights, please leave your name and contact number below. Please note, this is not for any Title IX legal advice and/or complaints, however resources and additional information may be provided as needed. More information available at:
Contact Name & Phone Number
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