Yet Unfulfilled, the Promise of Title IX: Let Girls Learn

Title IX was enacted over 50 years ago, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in education. Recently, the Biden administration proposed changes to the Title IX regulations, which could strengthen protections against sex discrimination in education. Yet, girls still learn in environments that are not safe or affirming, and student survivors are too often being punished by their schools. As we reflect on decades of progress under Title IX, what more should be done to support girls? Attend this panel to learn more about creating safe and supportive schools for all girls.

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Zoey Brewer

Know Your IX

Rebecca Epstein

Georgetown University Law Center, Center on Gender Justice & Opportunity

Shiwali Patel

National Women's Law Center