by Zack Ford Dec 7, 2015
Caught in its own distortions, an Illinois school may once again risk federal funding to continue discriminating against a transgender student.
by Zack Ford Dec 4, 2015
District 211 will accommodate a transgender student's use of locker rooms, but school officials claim that's not what they agreed to.
by Zack Ford Dec 2, 2015
One transgender teen's fight to use the same bathroom as other boys has invoked a response from several other states against his case.
by Zack Ford Nov 3, 2015
The Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights found the school in violation of Title IX, but the school isn't budging.
by Zack Ford Oct 13, 2015
Confronted with the knowledge that it is violating the law, a Chicago-area school district will continue to discriminate against a transgender student.
by Lindsay Gibbs Oct 1, 2015
“Sexism and homophobia are alive and well at the University of Minnesota.’’
by Travis Waldron May 6, 2015
The number of Title IX complaints related to athletics increased from 900 from 2009-2011 to more than 3,600 in 2014 alone. In the short term, that might be a good thing.
by Travis Waldron Apr 23, 2015
Title IX hasn't yet achieved gender parity in high school sports. For girls of color, the problem is even worse.
by Jessica Goldstein Feb 28, 2015
Talking to the team behind "The Hunting Ground," a cinematic exploration of sexual assault on college campuses.
by Travis Waldron Feb 26, 2015
New York City will have to add 3,000 athletic spots for girls -- and its case highlights gaps that still remain in sports participation nationwide.