The study by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport
, or TIDES, based at the University of Central Florida, says the gap found in its most recent study reflects a "continuing large disparity" between the graduation success rate of White basketball players at Division I schools and their Black counterparts.
FEDERAL GRADUATION RATE (2006 DATA) All AA Student Body 45% All AA Student Athletes 53% Male AA Student Body 38% Male AA Student Athletes 48% Female AA Student Body 50% Female AA Student Athletes 66% NCAA GRADUATION SUCCESS RATE All African Americans 62% Male African Americans 57% Female African Americans 76% SOURCE: THE INSTITUTE FOR DIVERSITY AND ETHICS IN SPORT
NCAA GRADUATION SUCCESS RATES ACCOUNT FOR STUDENT ATHLETE GRADUATES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED SCHOOLS, WHO ORIGINATED AT JUNIOR COLLEGES.
The report by the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports
(TIDES) assigned an "F" grade for gender hiring practices, and a "C" grade for hiring practices related to recruiting sports journalists of color.
The report by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports
(TIDES) surveyed 378 APSE member newspapers and Web sites, and said they had earned a "C" for "racial hiring practices," and an "F" for gender hiring practices.