4 Results for tag: Department of Education

“New” Study on HS Athletics Same Old Activist Bunk

A report alleging widespread disparities in athletic opportunities offered to boys and girls in high schools across the country is not a serious policy document worthy of any close consideration but just another iteration of activist groups' efforts to scare parents, cozy up to Department of Education and drag the three-part test — a law only designed ... More

Students Happy? Dept. of Ed Doesn’t Care!

It's laughable that the Department of Education claims "The three-part test gives institutions flexibility and affords them control over their athletics programs" when its rigorous partial enforcement system prevents schools from choosing which prong they comply with. Ever since the Department of Education rescinded the model survey as an acceptable ... More

Accepting the New Reality in HS as School Year Starts

The back-to-school season is usually an exciting time for students. They are eagerly anticipating seeing old friends, taking new courses and most importantly for some, getting the chance to compete on sports teams. But as advocates for Title IX proportionality continue to influence high school administrators, state regulators and their band of supporte... More

Sick of Title IX “Myths”? Just call them “Facts”

The National Coalition for Women & Girls in Education recently issued a report evaluating how Title IX has influenced girls' achievements in education and athletics. Instead of presenting a factual assessment of the harmful side effects from Title IX enforcement methods, the report is chock full of opinion, agenda and rhetoric (though the Washington ... More