Thursday, September 11, 2008

Oklahoma school paying attention

Administrators at Westmoore High School in Oklahoma say they are taking the recent Title IX complaint filed by two sets of parents of softball players very seriously. Moore school district superintendent Debbie Arato said she is thoroughly reviewing the complaint which lists eight points of concern by the parents, including inequitable facilities.
Arato says the issue of the softball facilities, which the complainants claim are inferior to those used by the baseball team, is something they are aware of and had planned on addressing.
Nothing like a lawsuit to get people thinking about turning plans into actions.