Athletic Directors and Title IX drama

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The United States federal government has a GAO. The GOA estimates that 40 percent of scholastic athletic directors surveyed were unaware of a Title IX coordinator in their school district and that an additional 12 percent were aware of their Title IX coordinator but received little to no support from the individual.

The Athletic Director and Title IX Coordinator Relationship

By Peg Pennepacke

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 is one of the most consequential pieces of gender equity legislation ever passed by the United States Congress. The passage of Title IX sought to eliminate the pervasive sex discrimination that once was a dominant practice in schools, colleges and universities, and to guarantee equal rights to an education for girls and boys, women and men.

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