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 Ensuring Gender Equality in Athletics for Girls in School and Parks and Recreation Programs 

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FAIR PLAY'S MISSION

Our Mission 

Ensure all girls - regardless of race, income, and geography - receive equal opportunities, treatment, and benefits in athletics offered by schools and parks and recreation programs.

 

Education

Give Presentations, Workshops & Trainings for:

  • Girls

  • Parents and Families

  • Coaches

  • Parks and Recreation Departments

  • K-12 Schools

  • Community Organizations

  • Youth Advocates, Mentors & Teachers

Technical Assistance

Assess schools and parks and recreation departments to help them implement Title IX and AB 2404 (Fair Play and Common Sports Act) and ensure equality.

Strategic Litigation

Represent clients in court to enforce the law where girls lack equal opportunities.

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What is Title IX? 

Title IX, a federal law passed in 1972, gives female students the right to participate equally in sports in public schools, including elementary, middle and high schools, and in colleges and universities that accept any federal funds. 

What is AB 2404

(The Fair Play Act) ? 

AB 2404 (The Fair Play Act), a California law passed in 2004, requires gender equity in local youth athletics, such as sports programs run or hosted by your parks and recreation department. The law is much like title IX in calling for equal athletic opportunities, facilities, publicity and more. 

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