Increasingly, pay-to-play fees are becoming a reality of high school athletics.
Time was when a moderate fee - $30 to $50 per sport, say - was deemed
Paying college athletes to play won't work. And it never will. But paying them to
earn a diploma -- and learn -- is a concept whose time has come. A former player
Nov 19, 2015 ... Ohio Legislators Weighing Whether to Ban Schools' Pay-to-Play Fees. Should
high school student-athletes be forced to pay fees just to ...
Sep 25, 2013 ... For what it's worth, athletic directors across the highest level of college athletics
are coming out against players receiving wages.
Jan 9, 2016 ... The most prominent voice then calling for players to be paid was Taylor .... My
belief is that athletes in the revenue sports play a different role on ...
Nov 25, 2013 ... Lehigh Valley schools don't seem keen on such fees.
Mar 1, 2016 ... So, to start the “play for pay” games, let's assume that salaries replace
scholarships in big-time men's college sports. What happens, for ...
Pay-To-Play: A Participation Fee Primer ... efficient method of communication with
the MHSAA on eligibility questions is through the athletic director or principal.
Sep 30, 2015 ... The fundamental notion of pay for play, as it's often referred to, is at odds with the
notion of amateurism and at odds with the fundamental ...
Northville Public Schools offers Athletic programs at the middle school and high
... All students participating in athletics in grades 9 – 12 will pay a yearly fee of ...