Title 6 (Also known as Title VI)
Title 6 is a United States law that prohibits exclusion from participation in, denial of benefits of, and discrimination under federally assisted programs on ground of race, color or national origin, which includes public schools. You can learn more about specific clauses and other information at the official web page here. http://saveyourvi.org is a resource for students who have experienced these forms of discrimination. The resource below shares the steps for reporting violations of Title 6 as a student and parent. The website also includes a toolkit for teachers and a longer document for parents.
Title 9 (also known as Title IX)
Title 9 is a United States law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in schools and other contexts. It applies in cases of sexual assault, sexual violence, sexual coercion, rape as well as in cases of sexual harassment. Although Title 9 focuses specifically on sex-based discrimination, racist violence and sexual violence and harassment often go hand-in-hand. You can find more information at the official web page here. Members of the Arlington Community should know their rights under Title 9 and how to file a complaint under this statue. Paul Finch is the Title 9 officer for the Arlington Central School District and can be contacted at email@example.com. KnowYourIX.org is a resource for students who have experienced sexual violence and those who want to support them. The graphic below summarizes what you should know about Title 9.