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The pros and cons of Title IX
May 19, 1997
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Is there a way to create opportunities for women without taking them away from men? How can a grandfather support girls' sports? Have any colleges or universities ever been denied federal funding because of Title IX? What impact does the ruling have on high school sports? Aren't men just more interested in sports than women? VIEWER COMMENTS
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The Women's Sports Foundation's stand on Title IX.
Linton Artley of Atlanta, GA, asks:
Have any colleges or universities ever been denied federal funding because of Title IX
Donna de Verona of ABC Sports resonds:
3. No. They have been investigated by the Office for Civil Rights, but all legal remedies have come from federal courts.
Mark Nickel of Brown University responds:
As far as I am aware, that sanction has never been applied.
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