Title IX and Budget Cuts

In Friday’s Boston Globe, John Powers had a good piece on the incentives schools face in trying to balance Title IX requirements with shrinking budgets. As I’ve pointed out on PBC on several occasions, the interplay of these concerns can put enormous pressure on schools to cut men’s programs (or at least cap the number of roster spots on men’s teams).

Thanks to Saving Sports for the pointer.

Allison Kasic — Allison Kasic is Senior Fellow at the Independent Women's Forum.

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