Discrimination in School Sports
By: Riley Corder
Gender discrimination in school sports
Genders being separated allows a great increase in the number of players, fans, and coaching styles. This allows coaches to differ teaching styles between men's and women's sports teams according to their accuracy, GPA (grade point average), and health issues.Since Title IX was created in 1972, it is rarely needed today. Coaches have agreed to disregarding the law because it is useless and most coaches in America have agreed to disband the law. Although for every school, the principal, the council, and the coaches get to decide whether or not men and women can play on the same sports teams.
Separating men's and women's sports teams allows teams to have more profit because there will only be little or no fundraising for athletic academic sports teams. This allows both teams to have a major recognition in academic athletic school sports. This is part of the process of Title IX. Especially for women who are rarely featured in popular sports teams, this is important for them to get recognition if they would prefer to be rather successful.
We interviewed Andrew Erdman about his knowledge on the discrimination. "So andrew do you believe that men and women should be separated on to different athletic school sports teams?" "Yes". "I totally agree, but why?". "Because, men and women are not the same, infact they are very different in a way where I believe should be separated in terms of sexual athletic ability". "How do you already know so much about this topic?." "Well actually, I did a project on this years ago." I believe that separating men and women's sports teams is helpful and should not be considered a discrimination for many reasons.