Also, the county board of education relied upon Rule 127-2-3 of the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission ("WVSSAC"), by taking the position that the home-schooled child simply did not meet the legal requirement. Rule 127-2-3 states, "to be eligible for participation in interscholastic athletics, a student must be enrolled full-time in a member school as described in Rule 127-2-6 . . .". The county board of education refused to permit the home-schooled child to participate in the wresting program and the Court's ruling in Jones upheld the county board's decision. In doing so, the Court stated, "these parents have also chosen to forego the privileges incidental to a public education, one of which is the opportunity to qualify for participation in interscholastic athletics." … [Read more...] about What Rights Do Home-Schooled Children Have to Participate in Interscholastic Sports?
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The Missouri Gaming Association took issue with the league's "integrity fee" at the April hearing because it would cut into casinos' revenue. Lobbyist Mike Winter said a similar fee would have wiped out the $1.1 million of profits that sports books made on $150 million of Super Bowl bets placed in Nevada. … [Read more...] about High court clears way for sports gambling, but don’t bet on Kansas, Missouri just yet
First and foremost, it is an unthinkable tragedy that Taylor Robertson and Elijah Clayton, two of our top Madden competitors, lost their lives in this way. They were respected, positive and skilled competitors, the epitome of the players and personalities at the heart of our community. Their love of competition was evident through their participation in our events over the past few years. We are committed to supporting Taylor and Elijah’s families through this difficult time, and we send our deepest sympathies to their loved ones, to those injured yesterday, and everyone affected. … [Read more...] about Jacksonville Shooting: EA Sports Cancels Remaining Madden Qualifiers
Lawyers representing the Financial Reporting Council had “characterised” Sports Direct’s approach as “one of obfuscation and delay verging on obstruction”, and Mr Justice Arnold said that criticism is “entirely justified”. … [Read more...] about Sports Direct to appeal after judge backs criticism of management