A few moments ago, the College Sports Council published the following press release.
on NCAA Soccer Highlights Opportunity Gap Between Male and Female Players
Growth of male teams stifled by Title IX's gender quota
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- June 10, 2010 -- A study
by the College Sports Council (CSC) released on the eve of the ...
A little less than a year ago, ESPN was one of the media outlets that picked up our study
about the scholarship disparities that exist in gender symmetric sports. And today, ESPN.com, in a story about the number of scholarships available in college soccer, included this important bit of perspective straight out of our study
published in July ...
Over at Ocala.com, Dwight Collins is concerned that the U.S. Men's National Team may never win the World Cup, and he's listing what he believes are the reasons why. And I couldn't miss #1 on the list:
* Title IX. The gender equity legislation that has done so many wonderful things for women's sports at the collegiate level has basically killed men's ...
Yesterday the Women's Sports Foundation released a report claiming that male athletes haven't been harmed by enforcement of Title IX. To say the least, the folks at the College Sports Council are more than a little bit flummoxed by that conclusion, given that we came to much the opposite conclusion back in 2007.
Here's a statement from Eric Pearson, ...
Earlier this week, the American Association of University Women published a study
entitled, "Where the Girls Are: The Facts About Gender Equity in Education". And like the folks on the other side of the argument pointed out a few days back, it's really not about the girls, but rather it's aimed at debunking the claim that young men aren't being served ...
Normally I'm not the kind of blogger that just posts press releases, but today's news is a bit of an exception:
COLLEGE SPORTS COUNCIL
Contact: Eric McErlain
shows Historically Black Colleges and Universities struggle to meet Title IX’s proportionality test.
CSC Calls on NCAA to support HBCU’s use of ...
Here's what Eric Pearson, chairman of the College Sports Council, had to say about the study
the CSC released earlier today concerning Title IX and historically black colleges and universities:
"We're not asking for punishment; we're pointing out how hard it is for HBCUs to comply with proportionality," council Chairman Eric Pearson says. He argues HBCUs ...