We are excited to launch a new course that addresses Title 6. While there is no training requirement, it is a high liability topic. This course intent is to address student-to-student discrimination based on race, sex, color, national origin, religion. The course includes mentions LGBT, how peer discrimination is different from bullying, and how school employees should respond and intervene.
M-380 Discriminatory Harassment — Identification and Response
25 minutes (at this time, text only. Narration is in process.)
Catalog – US – Student Safety, Wellness and Social Responsibility
Some student misconduct may qualify as peer discriminatory harassment under one or more of the federal anti-discrimination laws enforced by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights. With that in mind, course topics include: peer discriminatory harassment, types of harassment, legal requirements for schools, recognizing and responding to peer discriminatory harassment, and important legal considerations.