NYT Debates the Merits of Youth Sports Participation Trophies
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The New York Times Debates the Merits of Youth Sports Participation Trophies The Opinion Pages, a section of op-ed writing on The New York Times, tackled the debate of participation trophies in youth sports and the short entries are worth your time this afternoon. The topic itself has long-burned on the youth sports circuit, but as teams and parents […] The post NYT Debates the Merits of Youth Sports Participation Trophies appeared first on CoachUp Blog.