By law, every institution that receives federal funds for education programs or activities must designate at least one employee as a Title IX coordinator. Title IX Coordinators are internal staff members who are accountable for ensuring that public schools, higher education institutions, and other education providers address the full scope of Title IX, which prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded education programs and activities. As such, Title IX coordinators play a vital role in protecting all students, both male and female, by preventing and addressing unlawful sex discrimination in school.

In overseeing compliance, Title IX coordinators serve as catalysts for equal opportunity in all areas covered in this report—athletics, sexual harassment and assault, single-sex education, pregnant and parenting students, career and technical education, and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)—as well as employment and other aspects of education. They are the primary resource in identifying sex discrimination, resolving grievances, and providing equity information and training. Their work also ensures that education institutions take proactive steps to remain in compliance with Title IX.

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