Academic journal article Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport

Title IX at Thirty: Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) Proportionality, Revenue, Expense, and Opportunity for Women and Men. (Sport Management/Administration)

Academic journal article Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport

Title IX at Thirty: Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) Proportionality, Revenue, Expense, and Opportunity for Women and Men. (Sport Management/Administration)

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Booz

Allen

This paper represents an unparalleled significant contribution to the understanding of Title IX. This is the first objective review that has been government mandated (not NCAA data). The EADA requires the Secretary of Education to collect information and to subsequently report to Congress on the financial and statistical information of collegiate athletic programs. This paper will report on objective data that were completed and sent directly to the United States government. Specific attention will be paid to the opportunity and funding data that have recently been given a great deal of attention. Policy discussion concerning opportunity cost and "safe harbor" are presented for review. As required by Federal law the collection of this information was mandated by the United States Congress as specified by section 485(g) of the Higher Education Act, as amended 20 U.S.C. l092(g). These data represent survey information collected by the Department of Education on 1,654 schools across the U.S. This includes the four major athletic Sanctioning bodies (NCAA n= 933; NAIA n = 251; NJCAA n = 422; NCCAA n = 48). A univariate and multivariate analysis of variance were undertaken on a governmental database of 1,654 schools. …

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