Title IX - Current Interpretation and Enforcement Should Continue
Argues that the enactment of Title IX has been very effective in equalizing rights between men and women and that its continued enforcement is necessary if this equality is to be maintained.
# 32240 | 1,150 words | 5 sources | 2002 |
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Since the enactment of Title IX in 1972, it certainly seems appropriate to suggest that the United States is a more equal, more educated, and more successful nation because of this legislation. So much has been accomplished in the classroom and on the playing field because of Title IX. Thanks to Title IX, we as a nation have confirmed what can be accomplished when we give every person (both men and women) an equal opportunity to be their best. Therefore, the current interpretation and enforcement of Title IX should continue so that we as a nation continue to progress instead of regress in the arena of gender equality.
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