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Turn The Gushing Rivers Of Under-The-Table Money In College Sports Into A Revenue Stream

Turn The Gushing Rivers Of Under-The-Table Money In College Sports Into A Revenue Stream | Ethics in Sport | Scoop.it
The rules just create corruption.(Interesting article on paying collegiate athletes (via @AaronBumgarner) http://t.co/WXr6tvX1...)...

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The Shame of College Sports

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A litany of scandals in recent years have made the corruption of college sports constant front-page news. We profess outrage each time we learn that yet another student-athlete has been taking money under the table.

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Code of ethics for international student recruitment agents

Code of ethics for international student recruitment agents | Ethics in Sport | Scoop.it

An international forum has developed a code of ethics to apply to education agents and consultants who recruit international students for universities, colleges and schools around the world. - University World News


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Sports Economics: Paying College Athletes

Sports Economics: Paying College Athletes | Ethics in Sport | Scoop.it
A simple proposal to pay college athletes.

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Kassandra Matthews's curator insight, May 18, 2014 8:54 PM

An insight to the 'paying' of college athletes. We have a moral and ethical obligation to ensure students get what the pay for when they enter college (I'm saying this as though I was the coach, instructor, ect.). Recently a story broke about an NCAA basketball player who goes to bed hungry. If we can't keep cafeterias open to work with the intense schedule of a colleg athlete, then we should allow them the ability to afford a life style that can allow them to put food on their plate. This story offers a link to a Sports Illistrated article that talks about how we could allow students to receive assistance.

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College Sports Recruiters Are Now Coming After Our Middle-Schoolers

College Sports Recruiters Are Now Coming After Our Middle-Schoolers | Ethics in Sport | Scoop.it
In this economy, you can't fault a parent for hearing the word "scholarship" and jumping. Colleges aren't getting any cheaper! But...

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