Our primary resources are our databases. More are in development. Subscribe to our mailing list to be informed when they become available.
This database tracks lawsuits by students against higher education schools which – they allege – have violated their rights in the pursuit of investigating and adjudicating sexual assault. It serves as a unique go-to resource for attorneys, parents, students, teachers, reporters, researchers, advocates, and school administrators.
Search over a hundred cases with advanced and user-friendly searching, sorting, and filtering tools
Download and examine hundreds of critical legal files
Find an attorney in your area to represent you
Explore media reports on key cases
Examine distilled key case data presented upfront
Potential future features include interactive reports and maps, case tracking and filtering by charge and success rate, and much more
plus lawsuits tracked
plus data points tracked
plus downloadable legal files
plus recent users registered
Many people would like to attend conferences, workshops, webinars, and so forth, but are simply unaware of their existence. Organizations hosting such events tend to be insufficiently networked with other organizations, complicating logistics and reducing turnout. This isolates advocates and reduces the overall momentum of the advocacy community.
We help solve this problem by maintaining an updated database of events, networking with other groups, and promoting awareness of upcoming events.
Find events with advanced searching, sorting, and filtering tools
Network with professionals
More features coming soon
This series of databases focuses on impactful and recent research on men’s and boys’ educational attainment and well-being. Each database is clustered into groups of related topics.
Explore a vast array of recent and impactful research on men and boys with advanced searching, sorting, and filtering tools
Use research to develop effective strategies for student instruction, classroom management, enrollment projections, and more.
Utilize distilled “key findings” data to quickly find the most relevant research for your immediate purposes
Explore research in the following databases:
- Attendance, graduation, and dropout rates
- Bullying, depression, and suicide
- Discipline, classroom management, and the school-to-prison pipeline
- Financial aid
- Instructional strategies
- Learning disabilities and disorders
- Male role-models
- Single-sex education
While there are far fewer scholarships for men, there are no other resources that seek to compile these scholarships and make data on them publicly available. We remedy this problem with our Scholarships database.
Although this database does not contain every scholarship offered specifically to men, it is the most comprehensive and transparent list of such scholarships you will find anywhere.
Who We Are
We are a U.S.-based organization that advocates gender equity in education. Due to the disproportionate level of institutional investment in addressing the educational achievement and well-being of men and boys, this is our current focus.
What We Do
Our main activities are database development, writing, counselling, publishing, research, public speaking, and networking.
How We're Different
- Comprehensiveness. We address the full spectrum of issues men and boys face in academia.
- Resources. We create unique and critical resources for attorneys, parents, students, teachers, administrators, and advocates.
- By professionals, for professionals, combining years of academic and technological experience.
Financial support is crucial to maintaining the resources and services we offer, taking them to the next level, and making sure people are aware of them in the first place. This website exists because of those who continue to support this site, whether by donating, writing, or by sending content to be added to our databases. As a result, this website serves as a unique go-to resource for parents, students, teachers, attorneys, reporters, researchers, advocates, and school administrators.
I ask that you consider supporting this platform financially, as literally no one else is doing the kind of work we are doing. Feel free to make either a one-time donation or set up a monthly recurring donation below.
To mail in a check (please do not mail cash), please
make out a check to Title IX For All, addressed as follows:
Title IX For All
P.O. Box 603002
Dallas, TX 75360