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  • They should stay in school

    Their brains are not mature enough yet. They will not be phicically ready for the tough competition. They also will not get enuf playing time so whats the point. According to Darko Milicic an NBA player in his first year only got 158 minuets of playing time. Thats lees than the time Kevin Garnette played in 4 games

  • Athletes should stay in school

    Some athletes don't always work out for various reasons such as injuries, drugs (PED), and just not being able to be a good professional player. I've seen many athletes even going bankrupt after they retire because they don't understand how to use their money. Having an education is just going to secure the athletes future, in case the professional level doesn't work out.

  • Athletes should stay in school

    Some athletes don't always work out for various reasons such as injuries, drugs (PED), and just not being able to be a good professional player. I've seen many athletes even going bankrupt after they retire because they don't understand how to use their money. Having an education is just going to secure the athletes future, in case the professional level doesn't work out.

  • Athletes Should Have An Education

    I believe it is very important for athletes to stay in school. Higher education, namely college, teaches people the basics for life that our public schools and high school overlook. As an athlete, the health of the body, is the only thing that drives the career. Athletes should be able to change career paths and having an education makes that possible.

  • Education is necessary

    Pulling athletes out of school and forcing them into, let's not kid ourselves, very short term careers is a dangerous prospect for them as students. They should be able to complete their degrees if they so choose in the event of some catastrophic injury or aging that will force them out of sports and into a new job they need to be adequately prepared for.

  • Yes they should.

    Athletes should stay in school so than if they ever get injured to the point where they can no longer be a part of that sport anymore they have something to fall back on and do not have to worry about their future. They will know they are okay no matter what.

  • Yes they should.

    I am not sure if this is referring to high school or college athletes. However, high school athletes should definitely stay in school. College athletes probably should as well. It depends why they are dropping out. If it is do go play for the NFL, then it depends on how important it is to them. In general, though, yes, they should stay in school.

  • Yes they should

    Athletes should always remain in school. They cannot rely on their athleticism their entire life and should use an education to further their career incase being an athlete doesnt work out for them. I think it is dumb for athletes to drop out and rely on being an athlete cause that does not always work for everyone.

  • They should stay in school

    Their brains are not mature enough yet. They will not be phicically ready for the tough competition. They also will not get enuf playing time so whats the point. According to Darko Milicic an NBA player in his first year only got 158 minuets of playing time. Thats lees than the time Kevin Garnette played in 4 games

  • No. I do not believe that athletes should stay in school.

    No. I do not believe that athletes should stay in school, because the whole of going to school is to get a good job, and earn money. With that being said, if a professional sports club offers you millions of dollars to play for them before you graduate. Its an obvious, and easy decision to take the money, a student can always go back to school, but the chance to make millions is seldom.

  • No. Athletes should make their own decisions.

    No. Athletes should be able to make the decision that suits their personal situation. If an athlete is at the top of their respective sport and they are offered a lucrative contract to play professionally, why should they have to risk injury to stay in academia? With the contracts that athletes are signing these days, they should have plenty of money left over to finish college after retirement.


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