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Title IX is one of the major amendments of the 21st century in education The Archived Title IX A Sea Change in Gender Equity in Education cites that Title IX was passed by the US Congress on June 8 1972 and signed by President Richard M Nixon on June 23 1972 and on July 1 1972 it went into effect The US Department of Labor cites that Title IX is an amendment that states No person in the United States shall on the basis of sex be excluded from participation in be denied the benefits of or be subject to discrimination under any educational programs or activity receiving federal financial assistance Title IX was the first federal law that stopped from discriminating against sex in universities including the teachers and the students Before Title IX women and men students attending schools andor universities had separate entrances Females were not able to attend certain classes like auto body or law enforcement Also males were not allowed to take the class home economics In many medical and law schools they only allowed up to 15 women in their schools Also most colleges and universities required that all women have higher test scores to be admitted into the college or university Women who lived on campus at the universities were not allowed to stay out past midnight The women faculty members who worked at the universities before Title IX was passed were not allowed to join the faculty clubs but they were encouraged to join the faculty wives club That was how women were discriminated In 1971 a year before Title IX was passed 18 of the females and 26 of the males had only completed four years of college As the US Department of Education shows above very few women and also men had completed up to four years of college In 1972 women received 9 of medical degrees 1 of the dental degrees 7
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