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Gordon, Barbara J. A. – Graduate Woman, 1982
Some of the changes that have followed the passage of Title IX are discussed. While few provide precisely equal opportunities for female and male students, the direction of almost all educational change during the past seven years is in the direction of equity. (MLW)
Descriptors: Athletics, Compliance (Legal), Educational Legislation, Elementary Secondary Education
Bailey, Susan – Graduate Woman, 1982
Current sex equity programs and policies at the state level are described as instructive examples of the leadership role state education agencies can exercise in educational equity issues. Support for continued federal efforts to assure the civil rights of all students is seen as crucial. (MLW)
Descriptors: Agency Role, Educational Legislation, Equal Education, Federal Legislation
Graduate Woman, 1982
The record of action in high schools, two-year colleges, and four-year colleges in response to Title IX is described. A clear indicator of progress toward equity for women is the amount of money budgeted for their athletic programs. Some examples are presented. (MLW)
Descriptors: Athletics, Budgets, Colleges, Educational Legislation
Abrams, Mary – Graduate Woman, 1982
Title IX has helped bring change to discriminatory policies and practices including curriculum options, activities, sports, and changes in vocational education. It is argued that students need to see women and men in a broad range of positions in order to broaden their concept of potential careers for themselves. (MLW)
Descriptors: Athletics, Attitude Change, Curriculum Development, Educational Legislation