This study provided some interesting information about the institutions in one Division III conference. However, the study raised as many questions as it answered. More work needs to be done to determine whether the policies followed by NCAA Division III institutions are truly different from those followed by Division I institutions.Socioeconomic status is another factor to consider in the area of academic eligibility standards. Edwards (1984) reported that the NCAAas standards discriminate principally along socio-economic, not race lines. Miller (1995) and Owings, anbsp;...
|Title||:||NCAA Academic Eligibility Standards for Competition in Division III.|
|Author||:||Chris Charles Winkler|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|