Title IX Controversy at Alhambra High School

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Alhambra High School is spending $900,000 to upgrade playing fields with state of the art amenities, but they-re only for boys. The girls say that girls- teams are relegated to dirt fields and a locker room where the toilets are broken and the showers don-t work. Since Richard Nixon signed Title IX in 1972, gender discrimination has been illegal at any school that gets federal money, but when it comes to sports, that law-s been enforced primarily at the college level. That could be about to change. We hear from attorneys involved with discrimination suits against US Department of Education and Alhambra High School, and one of the girls who say they-re getting a bad deal.
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Title IX of the Education Code

CWLC on Title IX

CSC on Title IX



Warren Olney


Frances Anderton