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Have Title IX Questions? Join Our Live Chat Today

Today, EdWeek boldly goes where it's never gone before: a reporter-led chat.

At 2 p.m. Eastern, join my colleagues Erik Robelen, Nirvi Shah, and myself for a free live chat on the past, present, and future of Title IX.

Typically, here at edweek.org, we'll bring in outside experts for live chats and allow you to pepper them with questions for an hour. Today, it's the reporters' turn.

The three of us all covered very different components of Title IX for our 40th anniversary collection published earlier this month. Erik found evidence of gender gaps persisting in STEM subjects, Nirvi focused on Title IX's promise to pregnant students, while I took a stab at seeing how K-12 athletics have changed for girls over the past 40 years.

With our powers combined, we hope to answer as many questions about the law and its milestone anniversary as humanly possible within the hour. But we'll need your help.

We've already opened the chat for questions, so please feel free to start submitting any you have about Title IX.

Otherwise, we hope to see you in the chat room at 2 p.m. Eastern today. And please, forgive any minor hiccups in advance.

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