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AAHPERD Becomes SHAPE America

A managing partner of First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! Active Schools initiative, the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD)...

Freshmen Are More Likely to Aspire to Advanced Degrees

Although students may anticipate taking additional time to complete their baccalaureate degree, they increasingly enter college thinking not just about their bachelor’s degree but...

Athletics and the Educational Process- Filling in the Gaps

I have always rejected the description of high school athletics as extracurricular activities and argued strongly at my school to have them officially designated...

A Title is Fleeting and Means Little Economically

Ultimately, except for an area wide collective good feeling among Cleveland Cavaliers fans in northeast Ohio, life in that area of the country is...

Top international football players are joining forces with FIFA

Top international football players are joining forces with FIFA, the Confederation of African Football and health experts to raise global awareness and promote simple...

Tennis: The passport to a development journey in Uganda

Unlike tennis coaching in Australia, the Tennis For All Uganda program starts by focusing on community rather than individual development. But in the end...

Sport is a Major and Discipline

I happened to be listening to Colin Cowherd and Jason Whitlock and part of their conversation was the fact that, in their judgement, it...

The Athlete’s Ultimate Plan

Athletics is a hot commodity for some college institutions, but recruiting top scholars with a strong sports background is imperative to combining the managerial...

Utah School District sees promising results from random drug testing policy

School officials in Davis County spoke highly of a new random drug testing policy Tuesday, with first-year feedback suggesting lower levels of drug use...

12 Tech Fads in Higher Ed

In a great comment to my 6 Objections to Technology in Higher Ed, Randy Riddle writes: "One criticism not on your list that keeps popping...

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