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While holding a fundraiser for its Hall of Fame, Neshaminy High School got a special visit from Penn State Head Football Coach James Franklin.Read More...

The NCAA has settled a lawsuit that will set aside $70 million to diagnose concussions in athletes and requires it to develop a single return-to-play policy.Read More...

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By Patrick Bohn

As the Ed O'Bannon vs. The NCAA trial nears its conclusion, and the five most powerful conferences (ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12, SEC) strive for autonomy in the decision-making process, schools outside the power five are bracing for what might happen if they have to pay student-athletes the full cost of attendance. And while some of those schools are wringing their hands, those in Conference USA are prepared to provide more money to student-athletes if it comes to that.


By Ali Nolan

This past Tuesday, 30 dedicated educators from across North America stormed Minneapolis' Target Field before MLB's 85th All-Star game as winners of the Target Presents People's All-Star Teachers Campaign. Among them, and proudly donning a New York Mets jersey, was Renan Ebeid, Athletic Director at Abraham Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, N.Y.


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The June/July 2014 issue of Athletic Management includes feature articles on:
  • Solutions for improving the spectator experience
  • Creativity and resourcefulness drives athletic program revival
  • Tackling unfamiliar roles amid departmental restructuring
  • Improving physical education curriculums
  • New initiative to reduce alcohol abuse at NCAA D-III schools
  • Latest product news for the equipment room

Gameplan articles discuss:

  • Community outreach in urban environments
  • Program-wide preseason seminars

Our upfront Warmup articles cover:

  • Curbing biased language
  • Stanford coach communicates using a robot
  • LGBT Issues: When an athlete comes out
  • Volleyball rivals come together
  • Title IX: Indianapolis schools upgrade

And read our Q&A with: John Norton, Bridgman (Mich.) High School

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Parent's Guide to Sports Concussions

The world is starting to understand that a concussion is an extremely serious injury with potential long-term ramifications. But there is still much work to be done when it comes to parents, coaches, athletic trainers, physicians, teachers, and the athletes themselves all being on the same page. We've created this comprehensive guide on sports concussions specifically for athletes' parents.

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