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“No Means No” is Not Enough—New Illinois Law a Reminder of the Nuances Required for K-12 Sex Education on Consent

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Originally posted on our Title IX Insights Blog What do many of the highest-profile sexual assault cases in our country have in common? Whether it is the high-profile case involving a Stanford swimmer or the contentious Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh, we have seen […]

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IAASE Legislative Update: What You Should Do Now to Help Fix That Pesky RTI and Special Education Bill

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Originally posted on our Special Education Law Insights Blog Our Partner Jennifer Smith asked an important question during the Legislative Update session yesterday at IAASE’s 2019 Fall Conference: What can Illinois special education teachers and administrators do to help ensure that the legislature makes […]

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Can a Transgender Female Student compete on a Girls’ Sports Team? Supreme Court Justices Address the Question in LGBT Employment Case

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Originally posted on our Title IX Insights Blog. The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on October 8 in three closely watched cases addressing whether Title VII, which prohibits employment discrimination “because of … sex,” covers discrimination based on LGBT […]

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