A number of organizations have great resources that provide detailed information about Title IX, including:

The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) is the agency within the Department of Education that regulates and enforces civil rights laws related to discrimination in programs and activities receiving Federal Financial Assistance, including Title IX. OCR serves student populations facing discrimination and the advocates and institutions promoting systemic solutions to civil rights problems.

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a national organization that promotes education and equity for all women and girls. AAUW is composed of three corporations: The Member Association, the Educational Foundation, and the Legal Advocacy Fund. The foundation conducts pivotal research on women and education, and the Advocacy Fund focuses on sex discrimination in higher education.
   The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) is an organization affiliated with the AFL-CIO that represents one million teachers, school support staff, higher education faculty and staff, and state and municipal employees. AFT has a human and civil rights division that addresses Title IX and gender equity issues.
The Association for Gender Equity Leadership in Education (AGELE), previously known as the National Coalition for Sex Equity in Education, is a membership organization that provides leadership in the identification and infusion of gender equity in all educational programs and processes and within parallel equity concerns such as disability, race, national origin, and sexual orientation.
The National Association for Girls and Women in Sport (NAGWS) works to develop and deliver equitable and quality sport opportunities for all girls and women through relevant research, advocacy, leadership development, educational strategies, and programming in a manner that promotes social justice and change.
The National Education Association (NEA) is the nation's largest professional organization committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA's three million members work at every level of education, from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States, and they have a human and civil rights division that addresses Title IX and gender equity issues.
The National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) is a non-profit organization that works to expand the possibilities for women and their families in schools, at work, and in other aspects of their lives. The Center works extensively on Title IX issues. They have succeeded in getting new laws in the books and enforced; litigating ground-breaking cases all the way to the Supreme Court, and educating the public about ways to make laws and public policies work for women and their families.