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Answers for questions 1-3 should be about 100-150 words each and specifically reference the assigned materials. Your responses to each other can be of any length but need to be substantive (minimum two responses).
Identify one part of the Title IX regulations (C, D, or E) and explain it. What do you think it means, why do you think it is there, and to what extent do you agree with this part of the regulations?
What does Bartlett mean by “unconstitutionally male” and do you agree? Do you believe it is possible to create a comparable, women-only, military institute? Why or Why not?
Single-sex schooling- what do you think?
What questions do you have for me or for each other?
Identify one currently PUBLICLY FUNDED public school (in any state). (Links to an external site.) Look into the origins of the school and answer the following questions: When was it started? Why? What problem were they trying to solve? To what extent was/is the single-sex nature of the program controversial? Do you think it passes constitutional muster? Why or why not? The total word count for your research should be around 150-300 words.
Post both of these in your discussion group.
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By Wednesday June 15
Complete Module 2 The Promise and Problems of Title IX
Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments, 20 U.S.C. §1681
Title IX Regulations, 34 C.F.R. JUST Subparts C, D, and E
Title IX 45-Opportunity through Equity in Education JUST pages 1-9
Bartlett, K. T. Chapter 4: Unconstitutionally Male?: The Story of United States v. Virginia (2010). In Schneider, E. M., & Wildman, S. M. (Eds1). Women and the law stories. New York: Foundation Press/Thomson Reuters.
Single-Gender Public Schools in 5 Charts—Education Week.
Watch Instructor Video Module 2: The Promise and Problems of Title IX
Submit #1 Reflection then on Thursday or Friday please read classmates’ reflections and discuss
By Friday, June 17
Complete Module 2 Sexual Citizenship and Harassment on Campus
Watch these three short videos
Read Georgetown 2019 Climate Survey Results. (n.d.). Sexual Misconduct
Read Anonymous. (2019). VIEWPOINT: “Perpetrators Are Being Found Innocent”: How Georgetown Continues to Fail Survivors
Watch Instructor Video Module 2 Harassment and Assault in Educational Settings
Contribute before #1 Discussion Closes
Complete Policy Memo Worksheet Step One (No Submission Required)
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