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To help clarify the evolving landscape, EAB has reviewed Title IX policies from the last three presidential administrations as well as legal scholarship to identify significant changes and hypothesize what comes next.
This report explores how to establish a robust campus infrastructure to address sexual violence.
This resource hub is a repository of guidance documents, tools, and resources that provide best practices to effectively address sexual violence on campus.
It is crucial for institutions to ensure their bias and harassment report and support websites are well-organized with clear reporting processes and easy-to-find support resources. See EAB’s mock webpage below for the 10 essential features to highlight on your institution’s bias and harassment report and support website.
Colleges and universities must ensure their bias and harassment report and support websites are easy for students, faculty, and staff to use. Sign up for EAB's audit to identify areas of improvement for your institution's bias and harassment website.
This report discusses the current state of sexual violence prevention on campus and shares innovative strategies to help students expand their knowledge and build their prevention skills throughout their time on campus.
The U.S. Education Department released its proposed changes on June 23rd, including reversals of many policies enacted by the previous administration. The new rules emphasize the importance of protecting victims of sexual harassment and discrimination and creating environments to easily report misconduct. The proposed updates are now open for a 60-day public comment and review period, and the date they will go into effect is still uncertain.
Bowling Green State University's most recent campus climate survey conducted had only a 9% response rate from students. Discover how they are planning they're next survey launch to increase responses and guide action on sexual violence prevention.