03/02/2016 Jonathan Taylor

2016 spring donation drive (updated 3/29/2016)

Update 3/29/2016:

We have met our goal and are funded. Thank you for your support!


Financial support is crucial to maintaining the resources and services we offer, taking them to the next level, and making sure people are aware of them in the first place. This website exists because of those who continue to support this site, whether by donating, writing, or by sending content to be added to our databases. As a result, this website serves as a unique go-to resource for parents, students, teachers, attorneys, reporters, researchers, advocates, and school administrators.

This year we are taking our database work to the next level. We now use highly sophisticated web app software, and have hired a database manager to take over the workload. He has helped us get the ball rolling tremendously. We were able to unveil the Education Research database last month, have radically expanded the records in the Events database, and are planning the next step up for the lawsuits database.

We are also increasingly recruiting a diverse array of talent to contribute written material for the site as well – you may have noticed that the February publishing pace picked up significantly. I am also spending a significant amount of time networking with the right people in the right places to ensure that the work being done here is impactful.

Of course, while we make every dollar go a very long way, this doesn’t all come free. This donation drive will decide much in terms of how this service will be funded in the future, as well as the nature of the services are able to offer. We have some amazing plans, but we can’t execute on them without your help. And I’ll be frank here: we need your help. We really do.

I ask that you consider supporting this platform financially, as literally no one else is doing the kind of work we are doing. Feel free to make either a one-time donation or set up a monthly recurring donation below.

If you have any questions please submit them via the contact form. Thank you!

 

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Again, we sincerely need your help. Please consider donating to the cause.

Thank you.

Jonathan Taylor
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Jonathan Taylor

Jonathan is Title IX For All's founder, editor, web designer, and database developer. Hailing from Texas, he makes a mean red beans n' rice and is always interested to learn new things.
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Jonathan Taylor Jonathan is Title IX For All's founder, editor, web designer, and database developer. Hailing from Texas, he makes a mean red beans n' rice and is always interested to learn new things.

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  1. Update: two generous donations were made as of the time of this comment (12:50 Central Time). I am updating this page accordingly!

     

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