Should School Sports Be Expelled From Schools Essay

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School Sports should be expelled from School. This should be done because of cost, Effect on academics and education, and problems the cause with family life. Sports in have become a natural occurrence in school
The first reason why sports should not be affiliated with school 's is expense. According to Michel Martin from NPR, the average school pays 2x as much on football players than on math students. This should be a clear reason why sports should be gone because schools pay 2x as much on a small percent of the student body whereas, all students take math classes. Schools can save so much money by closing down sports. For example, a Texas school district, that is $400,000 in debt and on the verge of closing , can save $150,000 by
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One way sports have affected families across the country is because some games may be scheduled on religious holidays. For example, "A group of parents in Houston took their complaints even further: to court. In 2012, the boys basketball team from Robert M. Beren Academy, a Jewish day school, was scheduled to play in the state semifinals on a Friday night, during Sabbath. The school made two appeals to the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools, known as Tapps, which administered the event, to change the time. It denied both requests(Bruce Feiler)" Another way sports affect families is because students have stayed home from family trips just because they wanted to tryout for the team(Bruce Feiler). This action of putting sports in front of family is a clear reason why sports should not be in school. People who defend sports may say that they have a positive impact on family. They may say that sports offer a way that you can connect with your children but, this is false because at a sports competition your child usually sits with their team offering you little time to talk with them leaving you alone as you watch them and not talk with
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