On Thursday, Senate Democratic Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) introduced legislation that would establish a national standard for youth-concussion treatment and prevention.
It's becoming clearer just how much future student-athletes at the Power Five colleges and universities stand to benefit from new NCAA rules regarding athletic scholarships.
During a markup of the proposed ESEA rewrite Wednesday, the Senate education committee unanimously passed an amendment that would reauthorize funding for the Carol M. White Physical Education Program.
In a motion filed Friday, the Illinois High School Association asked a judge to dismiss a class-action lawsuit filed against it late last year over its handling of youth-football concussions.
A 12-year-old who tied for first in ESPN.com's Bracket Challenge used part of his winnings to donate an XBox One to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
The sports world paid tribute Friday to Lauren Hill, a freshman basketball player at Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati, who died after a year-and-a-half-long battle with a rare form of inoperable brain cancer.
The proposed bipartisan rewrite of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act designates physical education as a "core academic subject," lumping it in with English, science, math, and history.
A bill introduced in the Montana House of Representatives on March 30 seeks to determine how effective the state's youth-concussion law has been over the past two years.
The North Carolina state board of education adopted a policy Thursday requiring licensed athletic trainers or other trained first responders to attend all high school football practices and games.
Multiple high-profile athletes have come out as gay in recent years. Has that made easier for youth-athletes to do the same?