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According to a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court decision, the NCAA violated antitrust provisions of the Sherman Act in its limitation of student athlete benefits.
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The shift to remote learning was a massive transition for many educators. Learn about opportunities to embrace technology and innovative teaching practices and why collaboration is more important than ever.
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