Post Tagged with: "compliance"

 
  • Chronicle of Higher Ed: O’Bannon Lawyers Saying They’re Open to Compromise in NCAA Case

    Chronicle of Higher Ed: O’Bannon Lawyers Saying They’re Open to Compromise in NCAA Case

    Lawyers of the plaintiffs in a federal antitrust lawsuit about the rights of college athletes say they are open to settlement discussions with the National Collegiate Athletic Association, a potential sign of compromise in the closely watched case, reported the […]

     
  • Adrian College to Improve Gender Equity in Sports

    (Editor’s Note. This story was first reported by the Detroit Free Press.  It is taken from the blog, Chon.com which is an open access blog.  The blog can be viewed at http://www.chron.com/sports/article/Adrian-College-to-improve-gender-equity-in-sports-2175471.php.  Even though Title IX was enacted into law […]

     
  • Someone Always Has to Pay for the Crime

    The Digest previously has reported on compliance problems faced by Boise State University (see Referees Aren’t the Only Ones Carrying Whistles These Days posted on July 11).  It was reported in various news outlets this week that the university has […]

     
  • The Title IX Shell Game

    When Title IX was first passed by the U. S. Congress in 1972 there were fewer than 30,000 women competing on varsity sports teams on college campuses across the country. This past academic year there were some 186,000 women competing […]