Module 11: Title IX-- 50 Years of Protection from Gender Discrimination

Access or Download: Module 11: Title IX Facilitator’s Guide


  • Describe Title IX protections 

    Understand how LGBTQ+ people’s rights are protected under Title IX

    Understand how Title IX requires schools to be responsible for preventing bullying, sexual harrassment, and sexual assault

Please take our SQUINCH survey after you use this module:


Before you play this video you can play Title IX Kahoot as a primer (option 1)! Here is the link for the Kahoot game:
Note: another option is to play the nonbinary Kahoot game *after* the video.


Play this video for your group.


When you’re done, each person can take our survey: If you take the survey, your club will be entered to win a prize! We plan to create more modules, so let us know what you want to learn about.


SQUINCH is a digital curriculum for GSA clubs (Gender and Sexuality Alliance/Gay Straight Alliance) to learn healthy relationship skills. Each module contains a video, facilitator’s guide and transcript. SQUINCH stands for Sharing Queer Understanding, Inclusion, Nonviolent Communication, and Health! SQUINCH is a project of the Health Equity Alliance for LGBTQ+ New Mexicans (HEAL Plus NM).



Each learning module can be a standalone discussion or activity for the club, and we encourage GSA student leaders to choose and lead the modules that most interest them.


GSA student leaders are encouraged to read the facilitator’s guide, play the video for the club, and host a discussion on each module. The facilitator’s guide has resources, additional discussion questions, and tips.


The video portion of the module includes information, activities, discussion prompts, and quizzes.  Modules can be accessed in any order and any amount.  We do encourage starting with Module 1: Welcome & Group Agreements.



Here is the SQUINCH playlist in order:

If you are looking for information about starting or supporting a GSA, contact New Mexico GSA Network.

We warmly appreciate the GSA youth advisors for providing feedback and direction for the development of this curriculum.


Special thanks to our collaborators: New Mexico Legal Aid, Randon Hill, Michelle Garcia, and Lyisa Jimenez.