The Secretary Cardona, Vice President Kamala Harris and Undersecretary Cindy Marten participate in the Field Day to celebrate the achievements after 50 years of title IX h1> June 22, 2022 Contact: Press Office, (202 ) 401-1576, press @ed.gov
WSF President and the three -time ice hockey medalist Meghan Duggan commented: "Tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of title IX, a law that changed the face of sports forever, opening the doors for that girls and women have access and the opportunity to play. Everyone here today are a benefactor of this law, including those of us on stage. Fifty years ago, girls and women like us did not have the same opportunity to swim, play ice hockey or bobsled. Title IX helped change that. We want to make sure that title IX remains strong! And we need the next generation, its generation, to help us do that. "
"Due to title IX, women have the same access to areas that have traditionally been dominated by men, such as Stem and Athletics. This has opened the door to innovations in these fields, as well as The models and mentors of women that young people can consider as pioneers and industry leaders, "said Undersecretary Marten. "Without title IX, there I
Pamela Buchanan Miller, an interim vice president of academic issues at the University of Mobile, in Alabama, has been promoted to work permanently.
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