Department of Education The
department offers many resources related to the Paige Commission
and developments with Title IX.
• Search for this article: Title
25 Years of Progress (June,
• See if your
school is in compliance by viewing EADA reports.
for Civil Rights (OCR): View a listing of where to call or
go if you feel you have a discrimination complaint. Also visit “Sex
Discrimination/ Title IX” in the OCR’s comprehensive
reading room for a complete list of resources.
United States General Accounting
Office (GAO): The GAO works for Congress and the American people
by studying programs and expenditures. Two important studies include:
• Intercollegiate Athletics: Four-Year Colleges’ Experience Adding
and Discontinuing Teams, GAO 01-297, March 8, 2001.
• Gender Equity: Men’s and Women’s Participation in Higher
Education, GAO 01-128, Dec. 2000.
The Chronicle of Higher Education The Chronicle's database for gender equity keeps tabs on institutional spending, and currently lists figures from the 1995-6 school year through 2002-3 in this searchable reference tool.
• See the Chronicle's listing of relevant articles and arguments on the Title IX issue.
Olympic Committee The USOC's mission is to preserve and promote
the Olympic ideal as an effective role model for all Americans.
The National Collegiate
Athletic Association The NCAA is a voluntary association of
1,200 colleges and universities, athletic conferences and sports
organizations devoted to the sound administration of intercollegiate
athletics. Its goals are to promote student-athletes and college
sports through public awareness, protect student-athletes through
of fairness and integrity, prepare student-athletes for lifetime
leadership, provide students with funding to help meet those goals.
Gender Equity / Title IX Resource Site Includes links to
Title IX Facts, FAQ's, Title IX seminar materials, Gender Equity
Reports, Resource Materials, Achieving Gender Equity, and EADA forms.
Law Center The NWLC's mission is “to protect and
advance the progress of women and girls at work, in school, and
in virtually every aspect of their lives.
• Suggested articles to read: “Check It Out: Is
the Playing Field Level for Women and Girls at Your School,” “Title
IX and Men’s Minor Sports: A False Conflict,” “Quick Facts
on Women and Girls in Athletics,”and “Hot Spots for Title IX Athletics.”
• Check out resources from Title
IX's 30th birthday.
Sports Foundation is a charitable educational
organization dedicated to ensuring equal access to participation
and leadership opportunities for all girls and women in sports
• Check out resources to "Grade Your School," begin a
letter-writing campaign, utilize the Title IX library, and
report props for gender equity at your school from the
Takes Aim" entry point.
• If you need to discuss a situation confidentially, the WSF offers
a free Advocacy hotline at (800) 227-3988.
Save Title IX.
This web site is a bipartisan project of National Coalition for Women and
Girls in Education with a web site where citizens can communicate directly
with President George W. Bush and Congress about the need to preserve Title
• Download the Minority
Viewpoint from the Commission on Opportunity
Title IX - I eXercise My Rights. This website is an educational tool offering factual information in 10 areas of the law including: Higher education, athletics, career education, education for pregnant and parenting students, employment, learning environment, math and science, sexual harassment, standardized testing and technology. The website is part of a public service, informational campaign designed to educate the public with Title IX facts.
• Visit the Title IX store to help spread the word.
Association for Girls and Women in Sport. Visit “Issues
National Association of Collegiate
Women Athletics Administrators The NACWAA is a membership organization
dedicated to providing educational programs, professional and personal
development opportunities, information exchange, and support services
to enhance college athletics and to promote the growth, leadership and
success of women as athletics administrators, coaches, professional staffs
and athletes. Refer to "Title IX/Gender Equity" link.
National Coalition for Girls
and Women in Education The NCWGE's goal is to provide leadership
and ensure equal access to education in the nation through enforcement
of civil rights.
• Read the Title IX Executive
• Title IX at 30: Report card on Gender Equity.
• Executive summary for the Paige Commission.
• View NCWGE resources.
• Read how 100 groups lobbied
ACLU Freedom Network An informative site which contains a comprehensive array of documents,
news releases, legal briefs, and Congressional memos on all aspects of
the ongoing struggle to protect civil liberties.
site that provides information for women: what's new, resources & links,
articles and speeches, women's health issues, activism, women owned businesses,
for Leisure, Tourism and Sport A free list of references
provided by the University of Connecticut on a variety of issues
related to sport, including sport and education, sport law, sport
gender issues in sport, and more.
Women in Sports
by Jan Meyer
Women's Sport International An
international organization dedicated to bringing about positive change
for women & girls in sport & physical activity.
High School Participation Numbers (1971+
), National Federation of State High School Associations. Look under "Survey
of Superintendent of Public Instruction Evaluations of
equity in Washington Schools.
National High School Coaches' Association
Federation A site organized for
the operation of high schools sports for member schools in California.
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