Tag Archive | Title IX
Title IX Blog reported recently that the Clark County School District in Nevada, which encompasses Las Vegas and is the fifth largest school district in the country, would add flag football to the list of athletic opportunities it provides for girls. Title IX Blog writes: The Clark County School District earlier announced its decision to add […]
The University of Wisconsin School of Law’s Journal of Law, Gender & Society has announced its 2013 symposium will be entitled “Transcending Gender Lines: Title IX and Transgender Rights.” Are you a legal scholar or practitioner interested in participating? Check out the details over at Feminist Law Professors.
Some good news last week out of Seaside, Oregon via Title IX Blog, and a reminder that it pays to speak out about gender inequities in sports. About two weeks ago Title IX Blog wrote: The Oregonian reports that parent Randy Anderson has filed an intent to sue the Seaside School District to challenge a […]
This week marks the 40th anniversary of the passage of Title IX, which undoubtedly improved the lives of women and girls in the United States. Of course, there is still an incredible amount that needs to be done to level the playing field (as it were) between male and female athletes in schools. For example, over the […]
Last night, I finally got around to listening to the B.S. Report podcast in which Bill Simmons, longtime writer for ESPN, Editor-in-Chief of Grantland, and total Boston sports homer, interviewed President Obama about his views on sports, his experiences with the professional sports world as President, and the identity of the best Wire character. Okay, that […]