Strong Girls Initiative
Strong economic futures start with equal opportunities at school.
Too many girls receive early messages that they shouldn’t pursue science or sports, or that they shouldn’t report sexual violence. One in five women will be victim of an assault or attempted assault while in college. Girls have 1.3 million fewer opportunities to play high school sports than boys.
Our Strong Girls Initiative seeks to enforce existing laws and advocate for new policies that ensure all students can go to school safe from the threat of sexual harassment and unburdened by gender stereotypes.
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Note: As of Jan. 30, the Notice and Comment period is over. Thanks to all 104,430 people who submitted comments! Check back here for updates on the Department of Education’s final ruling. In the...
Note: The public comment period is open! It’s time to shout our objections. Comment now, or use our Comment Guide to learn more. What you need to know about the Trump Administration’s absurd campus...
BREAKING: Amended Federal Lawsuit Against DeVos Shows Title IX Policy Was Based on Sexist Stereotypes, Is Unconstitutional
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 31, 2018 BREAKING: New Evidence Strengthens Claim that Trump’s Title IX Policy Was Based on Sexist Stereotypes, Rendering It Unconstitutional Amended Federal...
By Rebecca Berry, Esq. Disturbing and triggering news related to sexual violence is almost unavoidable these days. From #MeToo stories in Hollywood, to the news of Bill Cosby’s sentencing, and...
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On this year’s National Girls and Women in Sports Day, we celebrate the important role that sports can play in young women’s lives. Participation in team sports not only teaches invaluable life...