Lack of Time Commitment Limits for College Athletics
Currently, athletic programs are allowed to consume as much as a full-time job’s worth of student athletes’ time. How can students pursue a meaningful education under such extreme time commitments outside of academics? To ensure the academic and future success of college athletes, constraints must be placed on sport time commitments. Watch our video to […]
College Athletics Guilty of Academic Fraud
College athletes are denied a meaningful education. When required to make sports their primary focus, they miss out on pursuing certain classes, majors, internships, and other opportunities critical to future success. Learn more about the issue by watching The Drake Group leaders explain the issue.
Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel: NCAA Student-Athletic Academic Reform
Real Sports investigates who is responsible for enabling student-athletes with elementary
Richard Sherman: Student Athlete Education
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman talks to the media about student athletes not having enough time to take advantage of their free education.
Missed Classes – 40-60 Hr. Work Weeks for College Athletes
A computer assisted reporting class at Kent State University examined whether Mid-America Athletic Conference institutions kept records of classes missed due to athletics competition schedules and athletic injuries such as concussions. Requests for interviews with every athletic director in the MAC conference were declined.
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