Title IX at Trial

October 2012
Education Next;Fall2012, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p7
Academic Journal
The article focuses on Parker versus Franklin County Community School Corp. filed by parents of female basketball players at the school claiming that the school district violated Title IX because it does not schedule as many girls' games during primetime slots as it does boys' games. It relates the outlook of a Seventh Circuit panel on the impact of disparate scheduling on girls' participation in sports.


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