by Dr. Dave Keller, Director of Strategic Initiatives & Promising Practices The game was OK… but what a halftime! This past week, I had the opportunity to visit the tiny rural town of Chester, Texas (about 100 miles northeast of Houston). On Friday night, I received an invitation to ride into town to watch the … Continue reading “View from the Sidelines: A Character-Focused Half-Time”
by Rob McManamy Okay, that’s it. I now have to say something about the maddening Little League World Series cheating scandal that saw Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West (JRW) team, the first-ever national champion team comprised entirely of African-Americans, stripped of its title for knowingly violating geographic rules for recruiting players. What was the last straw … Continue reading “Why are Sports Valuable for Our Kids?”
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