We provide critical resources for students, parents, families and advocates. From the latest information to help to legal advocates represent students and families to resources for students to learn about their rights under the law, we are constantly updating our library of tools and resources.
Read our letter written with the National Women’s Law Center and 110 other organizations (2018) demanding that the Trump administration and the Department of Health and Human Services not follow through on proposals to erase transgender, non-binary, and intersex people from civil rights protections by narrowing the legal definition of sex to exclude their experiences and existence.
Read our letter written with the National Women’s Law Center and five other organizations (2019) to the House Committee on Education & Labor urging the inclusion of legislation addressing campus sexual assault prevention and response in the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act.
Read our letter written with the National Women’s Law Center with more than 100 ally organizations (2020) to the Biden-Harris transition team calling on them to strengthen Title IX enforcement, listen to survivors and students about their experiences, and address sexual harassment in schools.
Read our letter written with GLSEN with more than 20 ally organizations (2021) to Members of Congress calling on them to co-sponsor the State Taskforce Opportunity Program (STOP) Bullying Act.
The Students’ Civil Rights Project increases access to education, holds institutions accountable and empowers young people, especially LGBTQ youth, students facing gender-based or sexual harassment and students of color who are harassed or disproportionately disciplined.