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College basketball, football
athletes can barely read

New York Post, by Editorial

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Posted By:Pluperfect, 1/11/2014 4:53:20 AM

We’re still weeks away from college basketball’s March championship tournament. But we’re already seeing some madness. It comes in reaction to a CNN study of the reading levels of athletes at 21 public universities. The headline over the dispatch this week says it all: “CNN Analysis: Some college athletes play like adults, read like fifth-graders.” For those familiar with college athletics — especially the sports that bring in the millions — that’s not exactly a news flash. But a researcher at the University of North Carolina, Mary Willingham, came in for particular vitriol after reporting that of 183 Tar Heel football or

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: sinic, 1/11/2014 5:13:21 AM     (No. 9687727)

Just like a lot of the ones graduating from public schools can´t either ... so what´s the point. Athletes or not, the public schools just push them out the door after years of the system not doing what it was origionally meant to do. Then it´s on to "college" ... and a slew of remedial courses that A. drastically increase the cost of a college education B. more courses of study means more college educators i.e., leftwing indoctrinators and C. feed the federal student loan industry - which will be "forgiving" those loans at the expense of the US taxpayer.


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Reply 2 - Posted by: Japanorama, 1/11/2014 5:30:28 AM     (No. 9687736)

We´re number — what´s that number?

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Reply 3 - Posted by: Rather Read, 1/11/2014 6:20:05 AM     (No. 9687751)

I´m not surprised at all. I know college students who never read and boast of it. Some have reading skills that are way, way low. It´s very sad.

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Reply 4 - Posted by: Trigger2, 1/11/2014 6:34:26 AM     (No. 9687761)

These are products of the no education public school system, followed by university no education in return for sports dollars.

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Reply 5 - Posted by: provide, 1/11/2014 6:39:54 AM     (No. 9687771)

Wait until Common Core transforms the next generation of jocks into Hemingways.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: jinx, 1/11/2014 6:50:12 AM     (No. 9687782)

Not surprising. Some people are calling for colleges to pay their athletes. They do. They give full scholarships to people who can´t read and then hire tudors to get them through. I always thought college was for those who studied and made good grades. It is harder to get an academic scholarship than it is to get one for volleyball.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: FunOne, 1/11/2014 9:01:08 AM     (No. 9687958)

At one time, I taught at a major university, and was surprised that three basketball players were enrolled in my class--which was scheduled at the same time as basketball practice. They never came to class, and were certain to get an F in the course.

After the basketball season ended in March, all of them withdrew from class, and the F became a W. But, they did meet the NCAA requirement of being ENROLLED as "full-time students" during that time they were participating in that sport.

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Reply 8 - Posted by: Susannah, 1/11/2014 9:19:54 AM     (No. 9687987)

There´s enormous pressure on faculty to give decent or at least passing grades to athletes.

Remember the University of Georgia English professor who had a class full of football players who couldn´t spell their own names? She flunked them. The alumni wanted her fired. How dare she hold football players to any kind of minimal academic standard?

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Reply 9 - Posted by: franq, 1/11/2014 10:06:45 AM     (No. 9688055)

Good grief #8, that´s tragic and funny at the same time!

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Reply 10 - Posted by: Iraengneer, 1/11/2014 11:36:06 AM     (No. 9688191)

a) it starts much earlier than at the college level. All of these dolts came through elementary school through high school. Should have learned to read 10 years before entering any college. Trust me: pressure from alumni re athletes starts young. Have had several teachers in the family. Mom lost a job for giving an honest grade. Sister ran screaming away from teaching. Daughter was repeatedly ordered in college to Never Flunk Anybody. EVER. Just kickin´ the can down the road
b) not just in athletics. Ran into a couple of clowns in Lower Alabama with Masters´ (in Social Work) from a Historically Black College/University, a.k.a. HBCU. Who were and remain functionally illiterate. Scads of self-esteem, though. They.Can´t.READ!!!

the USA spends more per student than just about any nation. And has some of the worst results anywhere. Shoveling more money is not the answer. Nor increased credentialism. We had better results 100 years ago in multi-grade classrooms (Mom taught one) with teachers from 2-year programs at "Normal Schools". Go back and start over.

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Reply 11 - Posted by: AntiStatist, 1/11/2014 8:51:33 PM     (No. 9688720)

UNC has always been so sanctimonious about academically-deficient athletes at other schools, especially so when Dean Smith was head coach of thier basketball program.

Make no mistake, UNC has had some excellent student-athlees matriculate there, but they´ve sure had their share of sub-literates too. Only they saw the motes in the eyes of their competitors while ignoring the planks in their own.

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Reply 12 - Posted by: NorthernDog, 1/11/2014 9:04:16 PM     (No. 9688730)

This will eventually destroy college sports. The developing mindset is that the athletes are not being educated and are not being paid for their athletic abilities, which the schools profits from.
The athletes are being called ´slaves´ in some circles. How long before one nutty judge agrees with this mindset and orders compensatory damages going back for years?

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Reply 13 - Posted by: Japanorama, 1/11/2014 9:28:55 PM     (No. 9688765)

Can barely read.
Does that mean they can read only when naked?

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Reply 14 - Posted by: Hazymac, 1/11/2014 10:30:46 PM     (No. 9688800)

It´s something worse than fraud for elementary and secondary schools to allow students to advance beyond their true levels of mastery. Since public schools´ main purpose, stated over and over by AFT and NEA-affiliated persons, is providing employment to teachers, students´ appalling lack of academic prowess is something to be hidden lest the voters wise up, end the entire government school charade, and replace all public schools with charter, parochial, or private schools. What business did the government ever have getting involved in education?

UNC-Chapel Hill is a renowned university with very difficult admission standards, especially for out of state applicants. Ten of seventy-two of my high school classmates from Nashville, Tennessee are UNC graduates, some with high honors. When I went to college (UVa, Vanderbilt) I played varsity golf, but that fact cut no ice with my professors, who expected excellence in the classroom from all students. The idea of student-athlete used to be sacrosanct, and many great athletes took pride in excelling in academics.

It´s disappointing to hear that UNC, in search of gate receipts at football and basketball arenas, is willing to admit youngsters--don´t call them students--who couldn´t perform adequately in primary schools, let alone universities. Sadly, many universities are watering down their curricula to keep illiterates athletically eligible. High school diplomas are already worthless; some college degrees are, too. Then think about the useless professional degrees. Ugh.

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Reply 15 - Posted by: tisHimself, 1/11/2014 11:37:15 PM     (No. 9688829)

For what its worth, not a whole lot of feminist studies majors can run a 4.43 forty.

Not a whole lot of post modern english majors have a 44 inch vertical.

But a kid with a C in political science can aspire to be a lobbyist, advocate or liberal mouthpiece for the RNC.

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