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harvardpolitics.com/united-states/sports-vs-education-false-choice

Oct 23, 2013 ... This pattern may be traced to a misguided belief in the mutual exclusivity of sports and academics. Few Americans would openly subscribe to ...

www.huffingtonpost.com/clark-power/athletics-vs-academics_b_4592926.html

Jan 14, 2014 ... On the other hand, research by the University of South Carolina's Collegiate Sports Research Institute (CSRI) indicates that the picture is not as ...

www.rightfitpress.com/FreeDownload/FreeChapter_PMIC.pdf

you just need to determine what is right for you. Athletic Priority. Some high school athletes care more about continuing their sport than their academics, and they ...

www.psychologytoday.com/blog/coaching-and-parenting-young-athletes/201411/failing-in-school-vs-playing-sports

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

therecruitingcode.com/sports-vs-academics-who-wins

Jul 7, 2015 ... How do college sports and academics fit together? Can you find a college that meets your needs both athletically and academically?

www.dukechronicle.com/article/2017/04/school-vs-sports-which-really-comes-first-for-duke-athletes

Apr 24, 2017 ... This story is the first in a two-part series examining the lives of athletes at Duke. The first part focuses on their academic experiences, and the ...

www.forbes.com/sites/ccap/2014/11/04/scoreboards-vs-blackboards-athletics-influence-in-academic-institutions

Nov 4, 2014 ... Two-thirds of students “think college sports run the show and have too much influence over educational institutions.” Athletic departments ...

time.com/3827196/why-student-athletes-fail

Apr 20, 2015 ... The student athletes I've worked with have viewed their sport as a ... much both they and their teammates cared about sports and academics.".

www.nytimes.com/2015/02/04/opinion/when-sports-and-academics-compete.html

Feb 4, 2015 ... Readers, including an N.C.A.A. official, respond to an editorial about student- athletes.