Part of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title IX prohibits sex-based discrimination in any school or education program that receives funding from the federal government.
Five decades on, though, is it working?
This week our host Teri Barr is talking with Henry Cordes, a Senior Enterprise Reporter with the Omaha World Herald in Omaha, Nebraska, who has been digging into recent federal data looking for athletic department numbers and what he found could land some schools in court if changes aren’t put in place, and soon.
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Kelley Lynch’s freshman year feels like a lifetime ago.
PHILADELPHIA — When Title IX was signed into law 50 years ago, sex-based discrimination in federally funded education programs officially became illegal. In the decades since, there have been many debates over what Title IX means, to whom it applies, and what it encompasses. Here’s everything to know about Title IX: What does Title IX say? “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of ...