Title IX: Too Far, or Not Far Enough?

Davis, Michelle R.
June 2002
Education Week;6/19/2002, Vol. 21 Issue 41, p1
Focuses on the U.S. government's attempts to amend Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, a law mandating gender equality at both the K-12 and college levels in every area including sports and career education. Criticism of the law for promoting gender bias particularly against men's sports; History and provisions of the law; Plan to rewrite regulations that discourage single-sex classes in public schools.


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