Monthly Archives: December 2014

Swinton quoted in Inside Higher Ed on the role of Title IX Coordinators

“It’s emotionally and psychologically draining, especially for Title IX coordinators who don’t have a background in student affairs – who aren’t used to the emotional toll of these kinds of cases,” said Daniel Swinton, associate executive director of the Association … Continue reading

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Free Webinar from ATIXA

Train Your Team for Free with ATIXA! Join us at our free Mandated Reporter Training Preview scheduled for Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 beginning at 1:00pm ET. This one-hour event will consist of a screening of the most widely applicable version … Continue reading

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Washington Post covers Lewis’s workshop to D.C. State Athletic Association

“The goal of the workshop is to educate employees about the mandates and requirements under Title IX,” Lewis said. “The other goal is to educate people about the spirit of Title IX. When you set mandates aside, what are you … Continue reading

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NBC29.com covers Sokolow’s statement on UVa crisis

Sokolow says he hopes UVA’s crisis becomes a catalyst for change nationwide. “I hope this is also a harbinger for other campuses that, to the extent, these cultures exist on their campuses. It’s time to take this on as well.” … Continue reading

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Sokolow quoted again in The Daily Progress on UVa case

Violating Title IX is like violating a student’s First Amendment right, in that it can’t be reported to police, said Brett Sokolow, executive director of the Association of Title IX Administrators. The school isn’t investigating whether a crime was committed; … Continue reading

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Chronicle of Higher Education quotes Sokolow on UVa case

“The UVa case has to be the most factually egregious allegation I’ve come across in 17 years, and it’s absolutely unrepresentative of what’s typically alleged in campus cases,” says Brett A. Sokolow, president of the National Center for Higher Education … Continue reading

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The Daily Progress quotes Sokolow on UVa case

People should think more about the cultural problems that lead to sexual assault, Sokolow said. Changing attitudes could help universities prevent sexual assault, as opposed to reacting to it. “How do we take a population of men who have been … Continue reading

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