‘Forward Motion’ Seen in Effort To Reform Collegiate Athletics

October 1991
Education Week;10/16/1991, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p6
The article presents an interview with retired president of the University of North Carolina William C. Friday. When asked about Friday's report was released on keeping faith with the student-Athlete, he states that they had reports of what's been going on with the National Association of Governing Boards and the National Collegiate Athletic Associations Presidents Commission. He believes that he have gotten a positive reaction from college presidents, athletic directors and coaches.


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