The safety of our students continues to be of the utmost importance. The District’s Office of Student Protection and Title IX’s commitment to this endeavor includes providing training on preventing and reporting abuse to all Pre-K-12 CPS students.
The Office of Student Protection and Title IX (OSP) Sexual Misconduct, Title IX and Bias-based Behavior Student Training covers the following five learning objectives using developmentally appropriate language:
- Students will understand CPS Title IX Policy and Discrimination Statement
- Students will know who the Title IX Coordinator is, what OSP does, and how to get in touch with OSP
- Students will understand what constitutes sexual harassment and bias-based harm
- Students will be aware of the resources available to students who report sexual harassment, retaliation, or bias-based harm, including supportive measures pending an investigation
- Students will know what to do if they believe they or other students have been subjected to sexual harassment or bias-based harm
The sessions have been broken down by grade and are all around 30-45 minutes.
Parents have the right to opt-out of the Office of Student Protections and Title IX Student Training. If you choose to opt your child out please complete this OPT-OUT form .
If you wish to teach your child this material yourself, you can access the videos to the sessions on the OSP website at www.cps.edu/osp.
For questions about course content, please submit them here, and the OSP Training Team will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for making CPS a safe place to learn for our students