Ranking the Athletic Potential of 6th Graders: Sound Practice or Risky Business?
by Ellen B. Braaten & Richard Ginsburg — April 21, 2009
Ranking athletic potential of high school athletes has been a long-standing practice. More recently, recruiting analysts are being asked to rank middle school students. This commentary discusses the particular impact this practice has on the youngest of these students: 6th graders.
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