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Know Your Rights about Title IX and Sexual Violence (Spanish Version) (Apr 29, 2014)
Know Your Rights about Title IX and Sexual Violence.
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Know Your Rights about Title IX and Sexual Violence (Apr 29, 2014)
Know Your Rights about Title IX and Sexual Violence.
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Questions and Answers on Title IX and Sexual Violence (Apr 29, 2014)
Questions and Answers on Title IX and Sexual Violence.
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Know Your Rights about Title IX and Sexual Violence (Chinese Translation) (Apr 29, 2014)
Know Your Rights about Title IX and Sexual Violence.
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Know Your Rights about Title IX and Sexual Violence (VietnameseTranslation) (Apr 29, 2014)
Know Your Rights about Title IX and Sexual Violence.
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Know Your Rights about Title IX and Sexual Violence (Korean Translation) (Apr 29, 2014)
Know Your Rights about Title IX and Sexual Violence.
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OCR Complaint Form (PDF) (Apr 29, 2014)
OCR Complaint form -- including the Consent form and Notice about Investigatoary Uses of Personnel Information documents in - Spanish. (PDF)
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Dear Colleague Letter from Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights Russlynn Ali and United States Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez (PDF) (Dec 02, 2011)
The United States Department of Education (ED) and the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) (collectively, the Departments) are issuing this guidance to explain how, consistent with existing law, elementary and secondary and postsecondary education schools can voluntarily consider race to further compelling interests in achieving diversity and avoiding racial isolation.
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Guidance PSE from Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights Russlynn Ali and United States Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez (PDF) (Dec 02, 2011)
The United States Department of Education (ED) and the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) (collectively, the Departments) are issuing this guidance to explain how, consistent with existing law, postsecondary education schools can voluntarily consider race to further compelling interests in achieving diversity and avoiding racial isolation.
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Guidance ESE from Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights Russlynn Ali and United States Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez (PDF) (Dec 02, 2011)
The United States Department of Education (ED) and the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) (collectively, the Departments) are issuing this guidance to explain how, consistent with existing law, elementary and secondary schools can voluntarily consider race to further compelling interests in achieving diversity and avoiding racial isolation.
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