Today, one week after Title IX’s 48th anniversary, the California Women’s Law Center (CWLC) filed an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit brought by eighteen attorneys general against the U.S. Department of Education challenging a rule that would strip away protections for students who experience sexual assault and gender-based harassment on school campuses.
This training will cover Title IX as it relates to campus sexual assault. It will provide context and background on the prevalence and impact of campus sexual assault, the evolving role of Title IX on this issue, the Trump administration’s changes to Title IX and the current status of these proposed regulations, other federal and state laws that protect students from sexual assault, and California’s efforts to codify the 2011 and 2014 Obama administration guidance.
In this training we discuss the rights of parenting employees and students in California’s schools, including an overview of pregnancy leave rights and legally required accommodations for lactation. We will discuss CWLC’s 2019 “ABC’s of Breastfeeding” Report Card including improvements that have been made in lactation accommodation policies for students and employees for the 81 school districts in Los Angeles County. This training will review the law and as well as provide some ideas for ensuring school districts are aware of and implementing these state mandates.
This training addresses the legal requirements mandating equity for girls playing sports in high school and at youth parks and recreation facilities in California.
This webinar will discuss the rights of pregnant and parenting employees and students in California’s schools, including an overview of pregnancy leave rights and legally required accommodations for pregnancy and lactation.
Amy Poyer, Senior Staff Attorney for the California Women’s Law Center, talked with Law360 about the importance of… twitter.com/i/web/status/13419…