Grove City College v. Bell

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Determined whether an entire university is subject to Title IX if only one particular university program receives federal funds.

Full Case Titile: 

Grove City College v. Bell, 465 U.S. 555 (1984)
  • Equal Educational Opportunities

Year: 

1984
  • Joined Amicus Brief

Brief: 

The Supreme Court substantially limited the impact of Title IX by holding that only the particular program that receives federal funds at a school has to treat men and women equally, rather than the school as a whole. Four years later, Congress passes the Civil Rights Restoration Act in part to restore full effectiveness to Title IX.