Supreme Court Case Tests Title IX Protections

The Supreme Court hears arguments on sex discrimination in school sports. The case tests whether the law called Title IX provides a basis for a sports coach to sue for back pay. The coach says he was fired after complaining that girls' basketball teams at an Alabama high school got fewer resources than boys' teams. Hear NPR's Nina Totenberg.

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