BERWYN, Pa., Aug. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Have you seen Title IX Today yet? A monthly, subscription publication by The NCHERM Group and the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA), Title IX Today makes it easier to ensure gender equity on your campus, with practical content to help you address Title IX compliance issues, boost the effectiveness of your Title IX-related practices, and avoid costly litigation.
And now, Title IX Today is even better. In addition to receiving an eight-page print issue each month and a companion e-newsletter with exclusive, bonus content, subscribers now also get access to the newly launched website, www.titleix.today.
The site features all of the content offered in the print and email newsletters, plus additional news, research, and expert guidance from an experienced team of contributors. With a mix of free and subscriber-only content that you can browse by topic, Title IX Today is a comprehensive professional development and training resource for those involved in Title IX compliance and gender equity work across campus.
For just $299 annually, you receive:
1. An eight-page print issue each month, with articles that get straight to the point and information you can use right now;
2. A monthly companion e-newsletter containing:
- The latest issue in PDF format for maximum portability;
- Bonus, e-exclusive content, including full-length articles you won't find anywhere else; and
- Links to useful resources and Title IX-related news.
3. Access to all subscriber-only content via www.titleix.today.
And to make the deal even better, The NCHERM Group and ATIXA will tack on an extra issue of the publication, free of charge, giving you 13 months worth of content if you subscribe by the end of this month. You'll receive the latest published issue as soon as you subscribe.
For more information, contact:
Editor, Title IX Today
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SOURCE Association of Title IX Administrators