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Title IX

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Felecia Saulter

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Transcript of Title IX

Title IX By :
Felecia Saulter What is Title IX? Amendment to Civil Rights Acts of 1964
Address inequities in athletics
It is an anti-discrimination law What will be covered: What is Title IX?
What is participation
How to be complaint
Financial assistance
Other program areas
Title IX officer/coordinator
How to file a Title IX complaint
How Title IX has changed over the years
What is participant? Receives support
Participates in practice/games
Listed on eligibility list
Injured but receives support What is a sport? Defined Season
Institutional support
Administered by athletic department
Support or promotion of team
Compliance Areas (3 Prong system): Prong 1: "Proportionality"
Prong II: History and continuing practice
Prong III: "Accomodation" Proportionality:
Male and female athletes are proportionate to the number of undergraduates enrolled History and Continuing Practice:
Must demonstrate that there is a history and continuing practice of expansion of opportunities for underrepresented sex Accommodation:
Must show that the interests and abilities of the underrepresented sex are being met Financial Assistance: Scholarships:
Must be in proportion with % male and female atheltes Laundry List: Medical and training services (athletic trainers)
Travel and per diem allowance
Academic support
Scheduling of games and practices
Facilities (locker room and practice/game)
Publicity
Housing and dining services
Support Services
Recruiting
Interrelated Inequities
Coaches
Title IX Officer/Coordinator: School should designate person
Adopt policy
Put grievance porcedures in place
Should be campus wide requirement How to file a complaint: Anyone who believes discrimination occured (sex, race, national orgin, disability)
Has to be done within 180 days of problem
"Prior to filing a complaint with OCR against an institution, a potential complainant may want to find out about the institution’s grievance process and use that process to have the complaint resolved. However, a complainant is not required by law to use the institutional grievance process before filing a complaint with OCR. If a complainant uses an institutional grievance process and also chooses to file the complaint with OCR, the complaint must be filed with OCR within 60 days after the last act of the institutional grievance process." - http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto.html



Title IX Then and Now: Female Coaches vs Male Coaches: Prior to Title IX
After Title IX
Today How Title IX has changed:
2001
2002
2003 & 2005
Conclusion: What is Title IX?
What is participation
How to be complaint
Financial assistance
Other program areas
Title IX officer/coordinator
How to file a Title IX complaint
How Title IX has changed over the years
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