Top Football Recruits on Unions, Pay and Concussions
July 23, 2014
ESPN released the results of a poll of the 300 top high school football recruits this year (of which more than 150 responded). Among the results:
- 60 percent believe college athletes should be able to unionize.
- 86 percent believe players should receive stipends.
- 61 percent would play with a concussion.
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- Rockstar parking, heavily subsidized and often lucky, is about to get more expensive on college campuses
- Obama signs workforce training bill, announces new executive action to overhaul federal job training programs
- Intensive advising programs can alter students' college paths
- Essay on how to deal with conflict when working in academe
- Competency-based education gets a boost from the Education Department
- More Out-of-State Students at U. of California
- Interview with Stephen Eric Bronner about "The Bigot: Why Prejudice Persists"
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