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Does Athletic Success Come at the Expense of Academic Success ...

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Feb 6, 2013 ... We found that high schools that devote more energy to athletic .... the lack of recognition for academic kids vs the recognition for athletes. This is ...

Athletics vs. Academics - Huffington Post

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Jan 14, 2014 ... From the very beginning of intercollegiate athletics, the pursuit of ... an education that was not available to them in high school or grade school.

Academics, not athletics, should be high school priority | Alaska ...

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Nov 18, 2008 ... Our schools' report cards don't look very good. As we run around trying to figure out why Johnny can't read and Susie can't do math, I think we ...

High-School Sports Aren't Killing Academics - The Atlantic

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Oct 2, 2013 ... Research shows that schools with strong athletic programs have higher test scores and lower drop-out rates.

Failing in School vs. Playing Sports | Psychology Today

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Nov 3, 2014 ... The link between athletics and academic performance continues to be a topic of considerable debate. Some educators see sports as ...

Study shows high school athletes perform better in school, persist to ...

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Jan 24, 2014 ... Study shows high school athletes perform better in school, persist to ... A new study from the University of Kansas that analyzed academic ...

Comparing the Academic Performance of High School Athletes and ...

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High school, Athletes versus non-athletes, Academic performance. ... Over 7.5 million high school students participate in interscholastic athletics each year ...

Does Athletic Success Come at the Expense of Academic Success ...

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We find that high school athletics do not appear to detract from academic success . In fact, based on the data we examined from Ohio high schools, an emphasis.

Scoreboards vs Blackboards: Athletics' Influence in 'Academic ...

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Nov 4, 2014 ... Scoreboards vs Blackboards: Athletics' Influence in 'Academic' Institutions ... High performing football and basketball teams bring millions in revenue ... Of the top 25 schools in the Playoff Committee's first rankings, only four ...

The Effects of Participation in Athletics on Academic Performance ...

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school academic performance of high school sophomores and juniors in one high school was investigated in this .... Case Studies of Athletics and Academics in High School . ...... for the whole study body, that is, “58% versus 60%” (Mock, p. 2).

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Sports vs. Education: A False Choice - Harvard Political Review

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Oct 23, 2013 ... Even in high schools—especially in high schoolsacademics ... Axl, a high school football star with a college athletic scholarship awaiting him.

athletics vs. academics priority - Put Me In, Coach

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athletic vs. academic priorities. One is no better or worse than the other, you just need to determine what is right for you. Athletic Priority. Some high school ...

Academics v. Athletics in High School - Walt Gardner's Reality ...

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Academics v. Athletics in High School. By Walt Gardner on July 1, 2011 7:16 AM. In the wake of relentless pressure to improve or risk losing taxpayer support, ...