Today is the 50th anniversary of Title IX. Title IX was one of the most important laws in our history. It seeks to guarantee that every student can get an education free from discrimination on the basis of sex. And, over the years, it has transformed education for women and girls and unlocked doors of opportunity that have been closed for a long, long time. Today, more than half of America's college students are women, and there are 10 times more female college athletes than there were when this passed in 1972. And because of Title IX, more women are excelling in countless fields, from business, to science, to math and technology, than ever before. And there is more work to do. That's why strengthening Title IX and promoting gender equality is a top priority for my administration. Every person -- I mean every person -- deserves a chance to realize their full potential. And that's what America is all about: possibilities -- endless possibilities. To honor the true meaning of this anniversary, we must not rest until we deliver the promise of America to all Americans.