“Television” is rarely free to viewers today. Ninety percent of people who watch video broadcasts of sporting events today pay for that privilege . . .
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I suspect that those are also the three major obstacles we must overcome as we think about the future of interscholastic athletics.
Strewn along almost every shore is the waste of nations outliving their means. Plastic in all shapes and colors, from products of all types – bottles, toys, sandals, tools.
"Education is one of the few things that cannot be hurried, although modern techniques may facilitate instruction, for which education is often mistaken . . ."
It’s my sense that, as the calendar turns from 2012 to 2013, the MHSAA is at the merging of two lanes of traffic . . .
In the year 2000, fewer than 300,000 books were published in the United States. In 2010, more than a million were published.
It is well known that respect for authority figures and organizations of all kinds has been slipping for decades; and there are many reasons for it.
As we develop administrative tools to ease the local school administrative burden, we deepen our understanding of the work in which local administrators are engaged.
From the Director is the official MHSAA Blog which will touch on pertinent school sports topics periodically throughout the school year from various MHSAA Staff.