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4/29/2013 - Quinnipiac Will Keep Women's Volleyball in Title IX Settlement
Quinnipiac University has agreed to keep women's volley ball as a varsity sport, increase scholarships for female athletes and expand opportunities for women as part of a Title IX legal settlement. The case against Quinnipiac began in 2009 when the university made an announcement that the school was cutting women's volleyball, men's golf, and men's outdoor track and changing competitive cheerleading to a varsity sport....

6/14/2012 - Title IX at 40 Highlights Dangers of Single-Sex Education
The National Coalition for Women and Girls in Education (NCWGE) released a report on Monday, Title IX at 40: Working to Ensure Gender Equity in Education....

2/14/2012 - CA Students Win Title IX Lawsuit in US District Court
A group of high school female athletes won their Title IX class action lawsuit against Sweetwater Union High School District in California....

1/10/2012 - US Supreme Court Will Not Hear Appeals on Title IX, Special Education
Yesterday the US Supreme Court indicated that it would not hear appeals on two cases - one involving Title IX and the other involving special education....

8/18/2011 - Two KY Schools Found in Violation of Title IX
The Office for Civil Rights at the US Department of Education determined, following its investigation, that two high schools in Oldham County, Kentucky violated Title IX by failing to provide equal locker room facilities for male and female athletes....

8/5/2011 - Federal Court Rules UC Davis in Violation of Title IX
On Wednesday, US District Court Judge Frank Damrell of Sacramento ruled that the University of California at Davis failed to allow women students equal opportunities to play college sports and violated Title IX, a law passed in 1972 that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in all levels of education....

4/28/2011 - Deception in Athletic Programs' Gender Equity, NY Times Reports
A New York Times report released earlier this week uncovered the deception of many athletic programs in schools regarding gender equity in sports, distorting the numbers in order to comply with the requirements of Title IX....

8/12/2010 - Quinnipiac Adds Women's Teams to Comply with Title IX
In an effort to adhere to Title IX regulations, Quinnipiac University is adding both a women's rugby and golf team, in addition to reinstating their women's volleyball team....

7/8/2010 - Runner Caster Semenya Returns to Competition
South African runner Caster Semenya,is allowed to return to professional competition after nearly a year of being subjected to gender testing by the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF)....

6/23/2010 - 38th Anniversary of Title IX Brings New Enforcement Bills in Congress
Today marks the 38th anniversary of Title IX, a law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in all levels of education....

5/26/2010 - Class Action Status Granted for Quinnipiac Title IX Lawsuit
District Court Judge Stefan Underhill granted class action status to a Title IX suit brought by the Quinnipiac University women's volleyball team yesterday....

4/20/2010 - Obama Administration to Rescind Bush-Era Title IX Sports Regulation
The Obama Administration will rescind a Bush-era sports policy regulation on Title IX....

4/2/2010 - US Commission on Civil Rights Endorses Controversial Title IX Model College Athletics Survey
The US Commission on Civil Rights released a report Thursday, encouraging colleges to use the Department of Education's 2005 model survey....

2/9/2010 - Court Renews Title IX Suit Against UC Davis
A panel of 9th Circuit Court of Appeals judges reinstated a Title IX lawsuit yesterday against the University of California, Davis....

8/25/2009 - South Africa Stands Behind Athlete Targeted for Gender Testing
South Africa is defending Caster Semenya, who won the gold medal in the women's 800 meter race at the World Championships held in Berlin last week and is being gender tested by the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAC)....

4/14/2009 - Agreement Reached in Longstanding Michigan Title IX Battle
An agreement was reached Friday between the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) and Communities for Equity concerning a Title IX lawsuit filed in 1998....

7/28/2008 - Sex Testing Set Up for Olympics
Beijing Olympic officials have set up a sex determination lab to test female athletes suspected of being males, Chinese media reported yesterday....

7/14/2008 - Afghan Woman Athlete Seeks Political Asylum
Mehbooba Andyar, Afghan's only female athlete scheduled to compete at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, disappeared from her training facility in Formia, Italy, on July 4, just weeks before the opening ceremonies....

1/24/2008 - Report on Title IX Finds Progress, Challenges
A new report released this week by the National Coalition for Women and Girls in Education highlights both the amazing progress for women and girls after 35 years of Title IX and the distance still to go....

3/26/2007 - Penn State Women's Basketball Coach Resigns after Discrimination Lawsuits
Penn State women's basketball coach, Rene Portland, who had been accused of discriminating against lesbian players on her team, resigned Wednesday after 27 years coaching the Lady Lions....

2/9/2007 - Rep. Slaughter Introduces Bill to Improve Girls' Athletics
Representative Louise Slaughter (D-NY), Chairwoman of the House Rules Committee, introduced a bill yesterday designed to improve participation in and funding of high school girls' sports....

1/24/2007 - California Title IX Case Settled for $725,000
Former University of California-Davis wrestling coach Michael Burch will receive a $725,000 settlement from UC-Davis after alleging that the university failed to renew his contract in retaliation for speaking out after the women's wrestling team was cut....

12/15/2006 - Two Title IX Sex Discrimination Cases Finally Settled
Two similar cases involving Title IX were recently settled in Alabama and Maryland....

4/7/2006 - Congresswoman Woolsey Introduces Bipartisan Resolution on Title IX
Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey recently introduced a bipartisan resolution calling for the Department of Education to withdraw its so-called Title IX 2005 clarification letter allowing interest surveys to be used as the only Title IX compliance test for college athletics....

4/3/2006 - Postsecondary Science and Math Programs Face Title IX Review
This summer, the US Department of Education (ED) will conduct in-depth investigations of how colleges and universities are treating women and men students and faculty in their science and mathematics departments....