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What is Title IX?

Title IX requires gender equality for boys and girls in every education program that receives federal funding. The law has been in place since 1972. To learn more visit www.titleix.info.

Who is protected by Title IX?

Title IX applies to everyone who is involved in federally funded education. There are 10 key areas of Title IX: access to higher education, athletics, career education, education for pregnant and parenting students, employment, learning environment, math and science, sexual harassment, standardized testing, and technology. In all ten areas, men and women are afforded equal rights.

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