What is Title IX?

The Office of Civil Rights states that Title IX is a federal law that prohibits any educational institution that receives federal financial assistance (such as grants or student loans) from discriminating on the basis of sex.

Title IX Coordinators
Cathy Blankenship, Superintendent
cathy.blankenship@apluschildrensacademy.org

Heather Wenger, Office Manager
heather.wenger@apluschildrensacademy.org

114 Obetz Rd.
Columbus, Ohio 43207
(614) 491-8502
Section 106.8(a) expressly states that reports can be made at any time, including during non-business hours, by using the Title IX Coordinator’s email or phone number, “or by any other means that results in the Title IX Coordinator receiving the person’s verbal or written report.”

A+ Children’s Academy Non-discrimination Policy

All Title IX personnel that facilitate any portion of the Title IX process receive training that promotes fairness, impartial investigations, and adjudications of formal complaints of sexual harassment, and does not rely on stereotypes. Such trainings are conducted throughout the year through self-study, workshops, seminars, and certification courses.

A+ Children’s Academy is required to post all the training materials of all Title IX personnel on our website. The trainings below are the materials used to train our Title IX Coordinators.

The First Amendment and Title IX

Office of Civil Rights: An introduction to the New Title IX Regulations

Sexual Harassment 

How to Report Sexual Harassment

OCR Webinar on Due Process Protections under the New Title IX Regulations 

How to Serve Impartially