Title IX: Taking a Stand against Sex Discrimination in Education and Athletics

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History

 

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Stuart C

 

Date added:

April 9, 2012

 

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University

 

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A

 

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They refused to admit any married women into their school. These things changed after the law was passed in 1972, and has given women today more opportunities to be the best they can, despite being the gender they are or having a child. Firstly, there is a difference in the education gap that exists between men and women completing certain amount of years in college...
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Before Title IX was passed, 18 percent of females completed four years of college after they graduated from high school, while 26 percent of males completed four years of college. Today, the majority of students in colleges and universities are women, eliminating the education gap. Title IX has allowed women to accomplish more goals and be more successful...
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