A History of Title IX and Boys/Girls Participation Trends

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Since its passage, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 has spawned many changes in education. More girls than ever are taking part in school athletics. But most experts and educators say—and the data confirm—that gender equality has yet to be achieved.

Participation Data Source: National Federation of State High School Associations

Designed by: Chienyi Cheri Hung | Reported by: Bryan Toporek

Vol. 31, Issue 35

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