Sports Law (TItle XI) - Breahna Karmann 15 Oct 2015 1 Title...

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Breahna Karmann 15 Oct 2015 Title IX Assignment 1. The First Circuits Court’s rejection was saying that athletics are not the same as admissions and employment when it comes to statistics of male and females. Intercollegiate athletic programs usually provide separate opportunities for each gender so if there is any claim of discrimination within gender than they need to compare the athletics participation opportunities provided to men with those provided to woman. Rather than creating analytical data of men and women, this gender comparison will give insight on how athletics are utilizing their resources. Institutions always need some way of determining whether it complies with the instruction of Title VI. The Courts reasoning on this case was not quite persuasive to me because it did not make quite sense. I believe that analytical date should be used as well participation opportunities in determining discrimination of gender in intercollegiate athletics. Often some institutions will have a bigger population in one gender than the other and I feel like everyone should get equal opportunities within sports and receiving necessary resources. If there are 70% men and 30% women at
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