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Teaching Girl Power: Title IX and Women in Sports

Girl Power: Title IX and Women in Sports

You’re a girl in high school, or a woman attending college, and one of the things you really want to do is to play a competitive sport. Maybe you’re an amazing basketball player. Perhaps no one can beat you when it comes to scoring goals in soccer. Every time you go skiing with your friends, you’re the first one down the mountain. When you go swimming, your butterfly stroke is the envy of everyone. Your biggest wish is that you could play on a school sports team.

Marcia Amidon Lusted
Cricket Media


What does Title IX have to do with women in sports?


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