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Reformed parties engage in debate

New NCAA academic guidelines cause a stir

By Mark Blaudschun
Globe Staff / May 19, 2004

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Faced with numbers that often are hidden by the rules against publishing graduation rates -- four schools in last March's NCAA men's basketball tournament had 0 percent graduation rates and 16 of the 65 teams had rates of 25 percent or less -- the NCAA is embarking on "a sea change" in how it monitors the "student" half of "student-athlete." (Full Article: 1458 Words)

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