School district musts develop an affirmative action plan to eliminate discrimination in employment.
School districts must annually evaluate the athletic program at each building to make sure the boys’ and girls’ programs are comparable.
School districts must survey students every three years to determine student interest in specific sports.
Title IX, Section 504, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and state civil rights law require each school district to designate at least one employee to coordinate the district’s compliance with these laws.
Each school district is reviewed at least once every five years through the Consolidated Program Review.
School districts must annually review course and program enrollment at each building disaggregated by sex, race, ELL status, and disabilty. Schools can use these sample worksheets to help with this process.
School districts must review discipline data—at least annually—to identify disparities and monitor progress toward eliminating them.
These guidelines can help school districts understand their obligations under civil rights laws.
All parents have the right to information about their child’s education in a language they can understand. Find information here about phone interpretation vendors, translation vendors, and sample translated documents.
School districts must take steps to inform students, families, and employees about their rights.
School districts must provide training to administrators and certificated and classroom personnel regarding their responsibilities to address discrimination.