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Should students pay to play sports? | Debate.org

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We should pay to play for sports so we can get good uniforms and get good money .... I think that students shouldn't have to pay to play is because some families ...

Drive to make students pay to play sports is unfair and short-sighted ...

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Nov 18, 2015 ... Should they be pay-to-play as well? ... “With the diversity we have here and the amount of students who participate, the dollar amount we spend ...

Should students have to pay to play sports or extra curricular ...

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Nov 5, 2008 ... North StarWell, I have to admit, this is an easy one. The answer is no. What would be the point in making students pay? Not only would that ...

USATODAY.com - To play sports, many U.S. students must pay

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Jul 29, 2004 ... They devised a plan that will allow students to play sports and join clubs this ... One that does count is Kansas, where pay-to-play districts have grown .... Parents who pay for their children to play sometimes believe that should ...

Should students pay to play? - Free Online Library - The Free Library

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People who support the fees say that schools strapped for cash would have to cut their activities if students didn't pay to play. Critics argue that school districts, ...

Should Our Students Pay to Play Extracurricular Activities?

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school students throughout the country suit up for ... meant, we believe that pay-to -play remains a bad idea. ... Should they have to pay a fee to support this form ...

Should Students Pay to Play? | Mrs. Moore's Class Blog

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Dec 2, 2015 ... That was the big question of the morning! Should kids have to pay fees to participate in sports? It was time to start a friendly debate, known as a ...

Lower-Income Students Getting Shut Out of Sports - NBC News

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Jul 27, 2014 ... To some extent, both the rise in pay–to–play policies at schools and the ... But the rising financial barriers in youth sports have side effects.

Pay-to-play sports keeping some kids on the sidelines | National Poll ...

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Jan 20, 2015 ... Many schools charge fees for students who participate in sports at the middle and high school level. The cost of school sports is a problem for ...

School Sports Costs Leave Some Students on Sidelines - HealthDay

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Jan 22, 2015 ... School Sports Costs Leave Some Students on Sidelines ... The facts and conclusions presented may have since changed and may no longer be accurate. ... Questions about personal health should always be referred to a ... In addition to pay-to-play fees, parents in the survey said they also paid an average ...

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Pay-to-play keeping kids on the sidelines | University of Michigan ...

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Jan 20, 2015 ... Many schools charge fees for students who participate in sports at the middle or high school level, often called “pay to play” fees. ... $60,000 per year) have a child playing school sports, compared to 51 percent among families ...

No student should have to pay to play - schurz-dailyamerican

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Nov 16, 2012 ... Think about all of your classmates that participate in a sport or another extracurricular activity. Now imagine that they had to pay money to play ...

Should Students Pay to Play? | ReadWorks.org | Common Core ...

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Print Download. Grade: 3. Lexile Level: 660L Domain: School & Family Life Text Type: Informational Skill/Strategy: Multi Skill/Strategy. Vocabulary.