Here, also from National Review

Here, also from National Review Online, is an outstanding piece by author and Title IX expert Jessica Gavora about the recommendations of the Commission On Opportunity in Athletics regarding gender-equity in college athletics. As I noted earlier this week, the Commission, under pressure from bleating feminists and their media accomplices, backed away from recommending any meaningful reform of the quota-style enforcement regime imposed on college sports programs by the Clinton administration. As Gavora notes, the Commission’s recommendations are not the final word. It is up to the Bush administration to decide these issues. But given the politics of the issue, the propensity of the media to distort the message of the reformers, and Bush’s unwillingness to take a meaningful position against preferential treatment in the less politically-difficult Michigan race discrimination cases, I’m not betting on Bush to deliver real Title IX reform.

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