Tutoring services assist athletics staff, postsecondary and secondary school administrators, graduate students, and others in understanding the Title IX requirements for athletics programs. Administrators may choose to review program documents during the tutoring session. Participants may also choose to do chapter reviews of our self-evaluation manual / desk references: “Title IX and Intercollegiate Athletics: How It All Works – In Plain English,” or “Title IX and Interscholastic Athletics: How It All Works – In Plain English. Tutoring sessions may review any or all of the 13 Title IX athletics program components addressed in detail by the manuals, in addition to the Part One overview regarding Title IX and enforcement history, how Title IX looks at the money, and analytical approaches to identify compliance concerns. Generally, tutoring sessions are for one or two participants and may be provided by telephone. Otherwise, in-person sessions may be arranged in San Diego, California. Tutoring sessions may provide a private and cost-effective alternative to our self-evaluation classes and target the issues of greatest concern to administrators.
Sessions may include:
- review of specific athletics program materials
- guidance in analyzing: the three-part test, scholarships, coaching, facilities, recruitment, and/or other Title IX program components
- chapter reviews of our self-evaluation manual / desk reference
Scheduling a Tutoring Session
Tutoring sessions may be scheduled at any time that is mutually convenient, including during non-business hours and weekends. A tutoring session may be scheduled by calling Val Bonnette at Good Sports, Inc., at 858-695-9995 or by sending an e-mail to Val Bonnette at email@example.com.