Since its passage, Title IX has made an enormously significant impact on decreasing sex discrimination; if it were never passed gender equality today would be less widely supported and accepted for women than it is. Culture of the 1960’s and 1970’s, stereotypes towards women, and widespread exclusion from numerous educational programs prior to Title IX had exceeded a peak of tolerance for many women, and change at that point became necessary. However, despite the fact that Title IX has indeed aided women’s status within educational programs (sports especially) and continues to today, it is apparent that the law has also resulted in a decrease in the ability of men to participate in sports due to efforts to comply with Title IX, especially at the collegiate level. Quotas established by Title IX and individual institutions’ athletic budget limits force many colleges to cut certain men’s programs rather than add women’s programs. Title IX was created in order to increase gender equality within federally funded programs, and it has accomplished this goal regarding women’s programs; however, it has also damaged participation in sports programs for men and continues to so.
but now they are stepping into the outside world due to advances in education for women and increasing awareness. The challenges faced by Women nowadays The modern world has resulted in earnings, wages and salaries for the women similar to that of men, but the women are continuously facing inequalities in the work force (Andal 2002). This2 can be attributed to the pre-established notion that women shall not be given access to finance or communication with the world outside of the home which is highly unethical and unfair (Eisenhower, 2002). In the past, they were considered as the underprivileged ones which were not thought of having equal rights but this fact has changed now. The status of women can be explicitly defined as the equality and the freedom of the women.
“Overall, men's athletic opportunities since Title IX's passage have increased,” said the Women’s Sports Foundation. (Women’s) Many say that this is unfair to remove some of the men’s athletics, but is it fair that the women do not have to same opportunities that the men do? Title IX is not all about athletic equality; it also is involved in the classrooms and on the campuses of the college or university. Several main issues that title IX has improved are sexual harassment, equality in the classroom, equality in extracurricular activities and self-confidence in women. In schools throughout the world teachers have classi... ... middle of paper ... ...en Activists, Title IX: The Three Point Play."
Great advancement has been made through history and accomplishments did not go unnoticed. There is the fear that Title IX, with time will not be as strong or it might be ignored with time. But it is also a powerful weapon that can be used in the legal system to make sure women have their rights protected and saved. We can say that female athletes have enjoyed the fruits of this law to provide them with confidence and empowerment. Although, some women athletes will still face adversity because of racism and ignorance, but looking back at the past decades the fight for gender equality is well worth the fight and determination.
Attitudes towards women and giving them the vote had been changing for a long time before this. There had been improvements in career and education opportunities for women and their rights in the family. This indicated a change in attitude and improvement in their status. The women's movement, the Suffragists and Suffragettes, was also successful in keeping the issue in the public eye, but had failed to get the vote. Thus there were many reasons why attitudes were changing but work of women in the First World War was probably the main one.
Just because women have rights to continue education does not mean they are fulfilling that right. There are a lot of women who do not have the opportunity in doing so. Due to the expense and not having any opportunities makes it harder. Because of the resources anything is possible. Different state funding and other funds help women earn an education so that they can live a better life and get out of poverty.
Las chicas and other hard-living girls were often told that college courses would be too difficult for them. Many of las chicas actually had high grades in their classes, but the grades didn’t matter because the courses they took wouldn’t qualify them for a four-year college. For many, the prospect of college dwindled, and with it, any hope for escaping their class in the future. They would head either to community college or straight to work in low-wage jobs. They were systematically excluded from any chance of improving their
In fact, in the United States and a number of other countries, women now actually exceed men in educational achievement. Obviously, there is not a problem with female achievement. The problem is, however, that women are significantly underpaid and sometimes excluded from obtaining certain jobs just for being a woman. While there are many solutions to this problem it is best to tackle the initial foundation of this gender segregation in the workforce – the jobs themselves. Employers need to promote gender equality as well as enforce it in order for women to obtain job titles that are generally given to men; however, it is the woman's job to prove that she can be just as successful in that field of work as a man, and deserves equal pay as a result.
Boys had the opportunity to further their education past the basics; however, young girls often were not granted this privilege. Women possessing higher education were often considered unusual. This was detrimental to their likelihood of finding a suitable husband. Women primarily undertook the role of being a mother from a considerably young age. Prejudice views prevented many women from holding office let alone playing influential public roles.
Countries with a great education have the ability to take the highest positions in the world. Therefore, education has positive impact on people lives to create, solve problems, create, and many other aspects. Education in Saudi Arabia has changed dramatically in the recent years; even though, Saudi Arabia is still behind all developed countries because they have many weaknesses in their education system, and there is some advice to solve these weaknesses in education method to evolve education. At the beginning, women are important members in societies. Women are responsible to bring a next generation; therefore, women s’ education has a significant effect on whole communities.