Title IX Information

  • The District does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education program and activities, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 ("Title IX"). Such requirement to not discriminate extends to admission and employment.

    Effective August 14, 2020, pursuant to federal regulations implementing Title IX published in 2020 scheduled to become effective on August 14, 2020, any complaint involving "sexual harassment" as defined by those federal regulations that occurs in a District education program or activity against a person in the United States shall be addressed pursuant to the District Title IX Grievance Procedure. Should such federal regulations not be implemented for any reason, all such complaints involving a student complainant shall continue to be addressed in the appropriate District policy.

    Inquiries about the application of Title IX may be directed to the Assistant Secretary of the Office for Civil Rights, United States Department of Education, or to the following:

     

    Maribel Bell, Title IX Coordinator for Student Matters
    Director of Student Discipline
    6201 Powers Ferry Road NW
    Atlanta, GA 30339
    Phone: 470-254-0480
    FCSPBISforKids@fultonschools.org

     

    Jim Yerich, Title IX Coordinator for Employee Matters
    Executive Director of Internal Affairs
    6201 Powers Ferry Road NW
    Atlanta, GA 30339
    Phone: 470-254-6808
    yerichj@fultonschools.org

     

    Title IX Grievance Procedure

     

    Title IX Forms:

    • Complaint Form: For employees or students to begin a Title IX sexual harassment complaint.
    • Appeal Form: After a decision or dismissal of Title IX sexual complaint is issued, either party may appeal using this form.
    • Informal Resolution Permission Form

     

    Title IX Training Materials 

    • Training for Non-Administrators
    • Training for Administrators
    • Training for Title IX Coordinators
    • Training for Investigators
    • Training for Decision Makers
    • Training for Appellate Decision Makers