Title IX is a federal law, and like any federal law, it can be changed or repealed by Congress through legislative action. However, any such change would require the passage of new legislation or amendments to existing laws. This process typically involves a lengthy and complex legislative procedure.
Repealing or significantly altering Title IX would likely be subject to political debates, public opinion, and legal considerations. It’s important to note that Title IX has been in place for several decades and has had a substantial impact on promoting gender equity in education and athletics, making it a fundamental part of U.S. civil rights law.