TITLE IX
Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 is the federal legislation that prohibits educational institutions that are receiving federal funding of any sort (loans, contracts, grants, etc.) from discriminating against students or employees on the basis of sex.

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES ON TITLE IX ARE AVAILABLE HERE:

"TOO STRONG FOR A WOMAN"  -- THE FIVE WORDS THAT CREATED TITLE IX -- If you are curious about how Title IX actually became law, here's the behind-the-scenes story, as told by Bernice Sandler, who was there from the beginning.

"A BRIEF SUMMARY OF TITLE IX" -- COMING SOON

"THE LITTLE LAW THAT COULD" -- The story of Title IX, as told in the February/March 2001 issue of Ms. magazine.  COMING SOON


OTHERS COMING SOON...


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Bernice R. Sandler, Senior Scholar in Residence at the Women's Research and Education Institute, consults extensively with institutions and others about women's equity, including sexual harassment, discrimination, and the chilly climate. She has given over 2000 presentations, written many articles, and serves as an expert witness in discrimination cases. Sandler can be contacted at:

Bernice R. Sandler
Senior Scholar, Women's Research and Education Institute
1350 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 850, Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202 833 3331   Fax: 202 785 5605
E-mail: sandler@bernicesandler.com
Website: bernicesandler.com






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