RE: FW: Title IX softball case

Date: Thu Apr 27 2000 - 17:15:28 EDT

What's the source for your report on the "national trend"? Over what
period? What sports? All sports? What instituions? Elementary,
secondary, post-secondary? All of them?

"Williams, Verna" <>

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Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2000 10:47 AM
Subject: Re: FW: Title IX softball case

Darcy said:
> You aren't listening. In Washington it hasn't driven the numbers down
for boys, it has actually driven them up at the high school level.

I reply:

  Did I not write the following statement in the email to which you

Assuming this is true, and I have no reason to doubt you're
telling me the truth, then I am very pleased, but it is not the national
trend. The national trend represents 4 male athletes lost for every
female athlete added.

  I thought for sure I had written this; but if my email program didn't
send it all correctly I apologize. What I meant in saying this is that I'm
glad that the situation in Washington State does not mirror the national
trend; but the national trend is a severe problem.


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