• What is Title IX?

    Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 was the first comprehensive federal law to prohibit sex discrimination against students and employees of educational institutions. The law benefits both males and females and requires educational institutions to maintain policies, practices and programs that do not discriminate against anyone based on sex. Under this law, males and females are expected to receive fair and equal treatment in all areas of public education, including athletics.
    While Title IX is most commonly known for promoting gender equality in sports, it also protects against sex-based harassment or violence. If you have questions about Title IX, or would like to report suspected sex-based discrimination, harassment or violence, please contact Tom Zahrt or Mindy Miller at (269) 250-9200.

    Notice of Non-Discrimination

    It is the policy of Kalamazoo Regional Educational Service Agency that no discriminating practices based on race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation or sexual identity), disability, age, religion, height, weight, marital or family status, military status, ancestry, genetic information or any other legally protected category be allowed during any program, activity, service or in employment. The following positions at Kalamazoo RESA have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policy: Deputy Superintendent — Tom Zahrt and Assistant Superintendent — Mindy Miller. Contact information: (269) 250-9200, 1819 E. Milham Ave, Portage, MI 49002.