Length

Three 

days

Level

Beginning - Intermediate

Date

February 26-28

2020

Time

Day 1 | 7:30a-5p

Day 2 & 3 | 8a-5p

Location

Multnomah University

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand holistic topics of Title IX including athletics, sexual harassment, single sex education, pregnant and parenting students, retaliation, and gender identity.

  • Identify up-to-date information on emerging topics such as due process and equity, serving transgender students, dress codes, and more.

  • Explain Title IX Coordinator duties in the K-12 setting.

Learning Style

  • Lecture

  • Small group discussion

  • Workbook with templates, resource sheets, case scenarios and more.

This training is for

  • ​Title IX Coordinators

  • Superintendents

  • School District HR Professionals

  • Athletic Directors

  • K-12 Educators

  • Investigators

  • School District Administration Professionals

  • School Board Members

Registration

Registration is limited so please reserve your seat soon.

Early bird registration runs through December 6th.

  • Early bird registration is $850.

  • Regular registration is $1000.

FAQs

Meals

Meals will be on your own. Each day of the training allows for a one hour lunch break. Instructor(s) will be sure not to cut into participants' lunch break or to give additional time when needed to allow for a full hour.

Lodging

Radisson Hotel Portland

6233 NE 78th Court

Portland, OR 97218

$139 per night (includes free parking)

Reservations may be made by calling 503.251.2000

Payment

Payments can be made online or via check. Please make checks out to TIX Education Specialists. Contact admin@tixedu.com if you need to make other payment arrangements.

Checks can be mailed to:

            TIX Education Specialists

            1100 NE 28th Avenue

            Suite 204

            Portland, OR 97232

VENUE

Multnomah University

8435 NE Glisan Street

Portland, OR 97220

Multnomah University's main campus lays in

NE Portland. A location with a lengthy history, prior to Multnomah University's purchase of the 17-acre piece of land in 1952, it was home to Oregon Blind Trades School, a branch of the Oregon State School for the Blind.