Athletes of color comprise the majority of all Division I football and basketball players and graduate at rates lower than their athlete and non-athlete peers. These athletes make the most money for their colleges and coaches, yet often have the least control over their academic opportunities and overall future success. See the full story
WEBINAR #9 FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS “Lack of Accountability for Athlete Abuse in College Athletics”
Over the last few decades, reported stories of athlete abuse in college athletics have become more frequent and more egregious. Incidents of abuse – including physical, mental, and sexual – have been swept under the carpet, and perpetrators are often able to resign and find employment at other institutions. The media as a whole is […]
NCAA corporate sponsors have failed to respond to the Coalition for College Athlete’s Advocacy. Join CCAA and others in a social media boycott of NCAA sponsors for the duration of #MarchMadness or until they communicate where they stand.
By Dr. Allen Sack and Dr. Gerald Gurney Originally published March 22, 2016 Since 2006, the National Collegiate Athletic Association has been carefully studying the time commitments of college athletes. The findings indicate that those participating in revenue-producing sports at the most competitive levels exceed the 40-hour-per-week limit set for actual workers by the Fair […]
Real Sports investigates who is responsible for enabling student-athletes with elementary
A documentary about college athletes and academics.
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