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An exciting new instructional resource is available for those who teach about Title IX, conduct research on Title IX, or are simply interested in gender equity. Title IX: Implications for Women in Sport and Education is a 3-disc DVD set produced through a partnership between WBGU-PBS, Bowling Green State University, and the National Association for Girls and Women in Sport.
This DVD set contains important information that could transform viewers' understanding of Title IX. The project contains 14 separate, 15-20 minute chapters featuring interviews with more than 30 women and men who discuss topics such as the requirements of Title IX, its legislative history, the social context from which Title IX emerged, the impact of sport on the lives of women, experiences of pre-Title IX female athletes, and intended and unintended consequences of Title IX.
A multitude of rich visual images supplement the information and bring it to life. At the end of each chapter are questions that enable students to explore the topics in more detail.
Among the speakers are luminaries such as Bernice Sandler, Birch Bayh, Christine Brennan, Vivian Acosta, Linda Carpenter, and Lucinda Williams Adams. Other speakers whom you will recognize include Ellen Staurowsky, Doris Corbett, Don Sabo, Chris Shelton, Katherine Jamieson, Donna Lopiano, Carole Oglesby, and many more.
Title IX:Implications for Women in Sport and Education is an important addition to the library of any women's sports advocate and a must-have for educational institutions.