How to get help
If the fact sheets, tool kits, and other links on this page do not address your needs, please call our helpline, or drop us an email at the link below. We provide services in English, Spanish, Cantonese and Mandarin and can arrange services in additional languages.
877-593-0074Fair Play Helpline: toll-free
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Putting Justice to Work
Fact sheets and resources
Information about Title IX and other laws that provide for equal access to sports facilities and programs.
If the following documents are not accessible to you, or if you have further questions, please call our Fair Play Helpline (list above).
Learn more about the rights of girls in sports
We are grateful for the enthusiastic encouragement we receive from our advisers, collaborators, and supporters.
Fair Play Advisers and CollaboratorsLearn More
Our advisory council includes coaches, lawyers, and others who are leading the fight nationwide for equity for girls in sports.
American Association of University Women CaliforniaLearn More
AAUW California is the state's most active and diverse organization for women with nearly 13,000 members in 140 branches, plus over 5,000 members-at-large.
Coaching CorpsLearn More
Coaching Corps works to ensure that all kids, regardless of circumstance, get to reap the benefits of playing sports with a trained, caring coach.
Bay Area Women's Sports InitiativeLearn More
BAWSI harnesses the power of female athletes to impact society and give them an opportunity to connect through authentic, intentional service.
California Women's Law Center Just Play NowLearn More
Just Play Now works to stop gender discrimination in high school sports, providing information and tools to students, parents, and coaches.
Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of EducationLearn More
OCR's mission is to ensure equal access to education and to promote educational excellence through vigorous enforcement of civil rights in our nation’s schools.
Highlights of Our Work
We have helped girls, their families, coaches, and communities bring about gender equity in school and community sports programs. Here are some of our accomplishments.
KQED Covers our Efforts to Ensure “Fair Play for Girls in Sports” in OaklandLEARN MORE
Elizabeth Kristen discusses on KQED how Oakland's disproportionate cutting of girls' sports is both immoral and illegal: “[B]alancing the budget on the backs of girls sends a terrible message. It tells girls they are second-class citizens,” And it's against the law. This is a classic story of sex discrimination”
Female high school athletes reach final settlement with Oregon school districtREAD MORE
Lake Oswego School District near Portland, Oregon, has finalized an agreement with Legal Aid at...
Our Title IX Settlement Coverd on KQED's The California ReportLEARN MORE
After the commercial, listen at 0:57 (roughly the one-minute mark) for a news report on students' Title IX claims and the settlement reached at Red Bluff High School.
Many Calif. schools don’t report on gender equity in sports as required: ReportLearn More
Less than half of surveyed California high schools are reporting as required on girls’...