CLIU Title IX Information
It is the policy of this Intermediate Unit to provide a safe, positive learning and working environment that is free from bullying, hazing, dating violence, sexual harassment and other discrimination, and retaliation. The Intermediate Unit is to comply with federal law and regulations under Title IX prohibiting sexual harassment, which is a form of unlawful discrimination on the basis of sex.
The Intermediate Unit shall provide programs and services to all eligible students without discrimination. Therefore, the Intermediate Unit is committed to the maintenance of a safe, positive learning environment for all students that is free from discrimination by providing all students with course offerings, counseling, assistance, services, employment and extracurricular activities without any form of discrimination, including Title IX sexual harassment. Discrimination is inconsistent with the rights of students and the educational and programmatic goals of the Intermediate Unit and is prohibited at or in the course of Intermediate Unit-sponsored programs or activities, including transportation to or from school or school-sponsored activities.
Title IX sexual harassment is defined in the following Board policies:
Policy violations, including acts of retaliation or knowingly providing false information, may result in disciplinary consequences under applicable Board policy and procedures.
If you have experienced, or if you have knowledge of actions believed to be in violation of Title IX, we encourage you to complete the following form. The Title IX Coordinator will be happy to support you by answering any questions about the report form.
Staff members responsible for CLIU Title IX compliance receive appropriate and timely training.
Training Website: Click Here
*if link does not work: https://icslawyer.com/posting-for-review-2023-k-12-title-ix-coordinator-training/
Inquiries regarding the application of Title IX to the Intermediate Unit may be referred to the CLIU Title IX Coordinator, the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights of the US Department of Education or both.