According to Chaudhry, although it does conduct investigations and regulate the law, the federal government has never taken funding away from an institution because of noncompliance with Title IX. In , the year the civil-rights law was enacted, only 30, women were participating in National Collegiate Athletic Association sports, compared to , men. In fact, each of the 10 worst-ranking states—including Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee—are in the South. Alia Wong is a staff writer at The Atlantic, where she covers education and families. Some advocacy groups, including the American Sports Council, say the law disadvantages male athletes. Participation in high-school athletics often correlates with academic success and increases the likelihood that a student will attend and earn a degree from college. We want to hear what you think about this article. Forty-three years ago, a federal law was passed requiring what today seems like a no-brainer: gender equality in schools.
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