Understanding Title IX

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Title IX schools are educational institutions in the United States that receive federal funding and are subject to Title IX, a federal law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in education. These institutions can include K-12 public schools, colleges, and universities. Title IX requires these schools to provide equal opportunities and prevent discrimination on the basis of sex, including addressing issues such as sexual harassment, gender-based violence, and ensuring equitable athletic opportunities for male and female students. Compliance with Title IX is a legal requirement for these institutions to receive federal funding.