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NCAA Moves to Enforce Graduation Rates

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NCAA Moves to Enforce Graduation Rates

NCAA Moves to Enforce Graduation Rates

NCAA Moves to Enforce Graduation Rates

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with NCAA President Myles Brand about a new proposal intended to put the "student" back in student-athlete. Faced with poor graduation rates, especially among basketball teams, the NCAA board is proposing penalties for schools with chronically low graduation rates.

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