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www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S144135231630064X

Kiger & Lorentzen (1986), To investigate the relative effects of gender, race, and type of sport (revenue vs. nonrevenue sport) on academic performance among university athletes, Athletes at an NCAA Division I school in the Rocky Mountain region, Type of sport in which one participates is not directly related to university  ...

www.slideshare.net/joe8gpzo/competitive-sports-vs-academics-8084083

May 24, 2011 ... While many kids have started to focus more on sports and less on academics. This power point shows some of the side effects and some of the helpful things to a…

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www.ed.gov/news/speeches/time-bring-your-game%E2%80%94-academics-and-athletics

Jan 11, 2012 ... And it was the best of times because college presidents took major steps to reduce academic abuses in Division I that have allowed rogue programs and coaches to taint the tremendous record of success in college sports for too long. I can't thank the Division One college and university presidents enough ...

pdfs.semanticscholar.org/dc42/82ec8568dbe5a1297d6c2b342bf134424cbd.pdf

1. Sport Activities Versus Academic Achievement. For Rural High School Students. Feng S. Din. Professor of Education. The University of Virginia's. College of Wise. ABSTRACT. A study was conducted to determine whether participating in sport activities had any impact on students' academic achievement in rural high ...

www.deltacostproject.org/sites/default/files/products/DeltaCostAIR_AthleticAcademic_Spending_IssueBrief.pdf

For many individuals, collegiate athletics is the most visible face of higher education. Men's football and basketball attract widespread television coverage, endorsement deals, and multimillion dollar coaching contracts, leaving most spectators with the impression that college sports are a lucrative business. But participation ...

notjustcute.com/2011/01/12/play-vs-academics-a-false-dichotomy

Jan 12, 2011 ... An argument is brewing in the preschool scene. In one corner, you have those arguing for more academics to give children that head start that might correct the troubles of high-school drop-outs and low test scores. They claim that children rise to the occasion and show that they are capable of more than ...

sengifted.org/dont-always-choose-academics-why-sports-participation-may-be-just-as-important

Sep 13, 2012 ... Don't Always Choose Academics! Why Sports Participation May Be Just as Important. by Kathleen Casper. Year after year, educators debate whether parents should be “wasting their time” taking their children to afterschool sports activities. Some argue that children who are tested show very little academic ...

www.alignthoughts.com/candid-reasons-why-sports-is-more-important-than-your-academics

Oct 19, 2016 ... Today, child obesity is becoming an alarming global crisis, with more than 40 million kids below the age of 5 suffering from this epidemic, sports is now more important than ever! Studies, or academics as they say, certainly play an important part in our lives, it has been the mainstay of our education system ...