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Unformatted text preview: ases Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education ­ Liable for failure to address student­on­student harassment; actual knowledge Simpson v. U. of Colorado – Failure to protect from sexual NCAA and Gender Equality NCAA and Gender Equality Cheerleading Cheerleading, Competitive Cheer, Acrobatics & Tumbling OCR – sport if based primarily on athletic ability, limited to a defined season, prepare and engage in competition, administered by athletic department Legal battle if competitive cheer can be used for Title IX compliance NCAA has not yet officially recognized as sport or emerging sport Biediger v. Quinnipiac Univ. (2010) “…little doubt that at some point in the near future – once competitive cheer is better organized and defined, and surely in the event that the NCAA recognizes the activity as an emerging sport – competitive cheer will be acknowledged as a bona fide sporting activity by academic institutions, the public and the law.” Emp. Law and Gender Issues Emp. Law and Gender Issues Equal Pay Act of 1963 Equal pay for performing substantially equal work Family and Medical Leave Act Leave for birth, adoption or fostering of a child; care of child, spouse or parent with serious health condition Exceptions based on established seniority system, merit system, quantity or quality of production, other legitima...
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