In June 2022, the U.S. Department of Education released new proposed Title IX regulations, and on July 12 those proposed regulations became open for public comment. The final regulations will be issued once the Department has reviewed the feedback and made revisions or otherwise addressed the comments in the preamble to the regulations.

Once the final Title IX rule is published and the implementation date known, schools will want to revise policies and procedures to align with applicable law. Grand River Solutions looks forward to working with your Title IX team to support your school’s efforts to update your policies and procedures to be consistent with the new regulations, best practices, and your community’s expectations and culture.

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OIRA is Now Reviewing the (Unreleased) 2024 Final Title IX Rule

As of Feb 2, the 2024 Final Title IX Rule on Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Sex is under review with OIRA, the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. OIRA is a division of the Office of Management and Budget, which is part of the Executive Office of the President. In our March article we anticipated that this review was a required part of this regulatory process, and that we likely would not see final rules without this step.

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Department of Education expects TITLE IX NEW REGS in October

It’s Gonna Be May? or Wake Me Up When September Ends?  Sorry Justin, Green Day has it right.  As many Americans’ thoughts turned towards Memorial Day and a long weekend, the Department of Education issued a blog post updating the timing on the Final Title IX Rule as...

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Will the Title IX Rule Come out in May?

NSYNC or Oasis? Who’s the Sage?NSYNC or Oasis? Who’s the Sage?As we shared in January, the Office of Information & Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) maintains a website to share information about rulemaking. The page for the 2022 Title IX proposed rules includes a...

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