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Keeping Student Athletes Safe

We've all heard the typical high school sports stories about pushy parents who berate coaches and players on the sidelines, coaches who overcome great obstacles to motivate teams, or kids who achieve greatness in athletics under extraordinary circumstances. But, before the glory and triumph, what does it take to keep those athletes safe and healthy while on the field of battle? This article from the American School Boards Journal looks at the state of school sports programs, and what they need in terms of equipment, regulations, and leadership to be safe.

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