"These 12 school districts are the tip of the iceberg," said Marcia D. Greenberger, co-president of the National Women's Law Center. "Nationwide, only 41 percent of all high school athletes are girls, even though they make up half the student population. That means schools are giving girls 1.3 million fewer opportunities than boys to play sports nationwide. It's past time to rally for girls in high school sports."
"They will finally have the chance to equalize pay and promotions at the country's largest employer," she said. "And the Supreme Court will have sent an important message that no company is too big or too powerful to be held accountable."