Notice and Comment
Title IX: Notice-and-comment
The Department of Education released their proposed rule on Title IX on November 16, 2018 on how schools will handle cases of sexual assault. The result of the proposed rule is clear: fewer survivors will report their assaults and harassment, schools will be more dangerous, and more survivors will be denied their legal right to equal access to education after experiencing assault. This rule abandons survivors and denies them their civil rights.
We need your voice, because together, we have the opportunity to stop these rules from becoming law. The comment period isn't open yet, but it's never too early to start mobilizing.
Want to take action in your community? Sign up here to join an organizing call with student leaders and survivor activists.
Are you a student change-maker? Sign on to a collective letter to the Department of Education telling them to extend the Title IX comment period beyond 60 days.
Have questions about Title IX and the notice-and-comment process? We have all the resources you need at HandsOffIX.org.
Now is the time for you to champion survivors' rights. Sign up here to make sure you don’t miss when the comment period opens.