In this Article, Professors Osborne and Yarbrough address the issue of gender discrimination in the compensation of coaches and athletic administrators. They discuss the application of the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and Title VII to pay inequity claims and conclude that both have proven to be inadequate as a means of addressing the problem. Professors Osborne and Yarbrough then present Title IX as a way of countering the problem of gender discrimination in the compensation of coaches. They also discuss the prospects for gender equality in compensation by considering several cases addressing the issue. Finally, they offer recommendations both to help claimants prevail in pay equity claims and to help universities avoid such claims.
Barbara Osborne & Marilyn V. Yarbrough,
Pay Equity for Coaches and Athletic Administrators: An Element of Title IX?,
U. Mich. J. L. Reform
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