Supporting Pregnant & Parenting Students: Training on New Guidance from the Department of Education
Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 4:00 p.m. Eastern
The Office for Civil Rights at the Department of Education recently put out new guidance for schools on the rights of pregnant and parenting students under Title IX. It raises lots of questions for school administrators, teachers, advocates, and parents.
We’re here to help answer those questions! Join the National Women’s Law Center and the Department of Education for a free online training webinar about what this new guidance means for your school and community.
Special guest speaker:
Catherine Lhamon, Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Department of Education
John DiPaolo, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy, Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights
Rachel Gettler, Staff Attorney, Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights
Lara S. Kaufmann, Senior Counsel and Director of Education Policy for At-Risk Students, National Women’s Law Center
Who should join:
School administrators and teachers at the K-12 and college levels
Advocates and others who want to learn more about how to support pregnant and parenting students
The webinar will include:
What schools need to know about the Department of Education’s new guidance on the rights of pregnant and parenting students under Title IX
What’s working? Some examples of promising practices that schools are already using to support pregnant and parenting students
What you can do if you become aware of an issue with a pregnant or parenting student
A chance to ask experts your questions
Register today! This webinar is FREE, but participants must register in advance. A recording of the webinar will be available to registrants within a few days of its conclusion.
We hope you can join us!
Lara S. Kaufmann Lara S. Kaufmann
National Women's Law Center