Champion Women and the California Women's Law Center performed an in-depth analysis of data available via the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act. Because athletics is sex-segregated, discrimination and gaps are easy to measure. The data shows discrimination throughout intercollegiate sports and that inequality is growing at an unrestrained rate. Key findings include:
CWLC hosted an online discussion in June, 2020 to analyze the findings of this study in more depth. Speakers included Olympic athletes and attorneys specialized in Title IX enforcement. Watch our recorded panel discussion HERE.
For the full data report and legal memo, see the below materials and visit: titleixschools.com.
|Watch the Recorded Webinar: Title IX: The Growing Gap in Women's Collegiate Sports||Access|
|Legal Memo: Title IX Athletic Department Compliance||Access|
|NCAA Schools Title IX Data Table||Access|
|Fact Sheet: Discrimination Against Women in Collegiate Sports is Getting Worse||Access|
|Press Release: Title IX Data Shows Gender Discrimination in Sports Getting Worse||Access|
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