The U.S. soccer victory has triggered some commentary crediting Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 for contributing to the win. "In some ways, it reeks of sexism — it gives the credit for the victory to President Nixon, who signed the Education Amendments into law, rather than to the ones who really deserve the glory, our world champion woman soccer players," I write at Education Next. Please check out the full column.
Did Title IX Win The World Cup?
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