Get Updates on the Title IX Rulemaking Process

Get Updates on the Title IX Rulemaking Process

On September 22, Betsy DeVos rescinded Obama-era guidance and announced that the Department of Education would be issuing binding regulations on Title IX. In order to create these regulations, the Department must go through a process known as “notice and comment,” which allows members of the public to voice their opinions on the Department’s proposed rules. The Department of Education has announced that notice and comment will begin in March.

We highly encourage students, their families, and allies to participate in notice and comment. If you are interested in receiving updates when notice and comment begins, please sign up for updates. Know Your IX will provide you with a toolkit to help you navigate the process of writing a comment.

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  • West Virginia is considering a campus carry bill, House Bill 2519, which would allow students as young as 18 to carry hidden, loaded firearms on college campuses.

Guns make it more likely that domestic abuse will turn into murder: When a gun is present in a domestic violence situation, it increases the risk of homicide for women by 500 percent. But the WV legislature are using survivors’ trauma as their reasoning for allowing guns on college campuses. 
We are sick of legislators and lobbyist using the experiences of survivors of sexual violence to promote their pro-gun agenda. 
Guns make campuses more dangerous for all students. Take action to stop the WV Campus Carry bill now! #OpposeBH2519

  • Missouri Senate Bill 259 and its companion House Bill 573 stack the deck against survivors in Title IX cases and deter survivors from reporting by. 
Are you a Missouri constituent? Send a letter to your legislators asking them to oppose these bills now (link in bio). Not a Missouri resident? Send this to your favorite Missourian so they can support survivors!
  • You have one more chance this Friday to stop DeVos’ attack on survivors’ rights. Learn how to take action at
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  • You have until 11:59PM EST to submit your comment and keep DeVos' #HandsOffIX. 
These rules would: ➡️ Roll back survivors' rights ➡️ Let schools off the hook for ignoring sexual violence ➡️ Push survivors out of school 
Submit your comment now:
  • Tomorrow at 11:59pm EST, the Notice and Comment period on Title IX will close. This is the moment to make your voice heard. The civil rights of students for generations to come  are on the line. Let’s do this #handsoffix
  • We have 5 days until the Notice and Comment period ends! Make sure you voice your concerns to the Department of Education. The rights of K-12 and college students need to be protected. Let Betsy DeVos know that she needs to keep her #HandsOffIX Visit for more information.
  • You have 7 more days to shape the future of Title IX. Don’t wait! Submit your comment now at and tell DeVos to keep her #HandsOffIX

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