|Other author/creator||Sandler, Bernice Resnick.|
|Other author/creator||Bayh, Birch, 1928-2019|
|Other author/creator||Armstrong, Ketra L. (Ketra Lekita), 1963.|
|Other author/creator||Regan, Diane.|
|Other author/creator||WBGU-TV (Television station : Bowling Green, Ohio)|
|Other author/creator||Bowling Green State University.|
|Portion of title
||Disc 1: Chapter 1: Governance of U.S. Women's Intercollegiate Athletics: From Play Days to the NCAA -- Part 1 (12:43) -- Chapter 2: Governance of U.S. Women's Intercollegiate Athletics: From Play Days to the NCAA -- Part 2 (14:08) -- Chapter 3: Multiple Meanings of Sport for Girls and Women (18:35) -- Chapter 4: Opportunities for Women Prior to the 1975 Title IX Regulation (20:21) -- Chapter 5: Intended Consequences of Title IX (15:56). Disc 2: Chapter 6: Unintended Consequences of Title IX (20:09) -- Chapter 7: Fulfilling the Promise of Title IX (14:04) -- Chapter 8: The 2002-2003 Commission on Opportunity in Athletics (22:13) -- Chapter 9: Acosta & Carpenter: Research We Can Count On (11:14). Disc 3: Chapter 10: Grove City College v. Bell: Four More Years Without Title IX (06:30) -- Chapter 11: Landmark Supreme Court Decisions: Cannon, Franklin, and Jackson (12:44) -- Chapter 12: Bernice R. Sandler: Godmother of Title IX (14:56) -- Chapter 13: Patsy Takemoto Mink: A Driving Force in the House of Representatives (12:55) -- Chapter 14: Birch Bayh: Title IX Champion in the Senate (18:57).
||"Title IX experts discuss topics such as the law's intended and unintended consequences, landmark legal decisions, and misconceptions about the law's effect on men's athletics." -- container.
|General note||This disc is a recorded DVD and may not play on all DVD players or drives.|
|General note||Made possible by a collaboration between WBGU-TV Services (at Bowling Green State University) and The National Association for Girls and Women in Sport (NAGWS)|
|Credits||Producer/writer, Janet B. Parks.|
||Narrators: Ketra L. Armstrong (NAGWS President, 2006-2009) and Diane Regan (AAUW/Ohio President, 2008-2010)