July 2009
On-line Social Networks Creating Concerns for High School Athletics

Online social networks are changing the way people communicate. As college athletics embraces and explores this new phenomenon, its potential benefits -- and pitfalls -- are becoming evident. The effects are being felt all the way down to the high school level.   ESPN has an interesting series that highlights the benefits and pitfalls of mixing technology with student-athletes. Colleges and coaches embrace and experiment with online social networking.  The new forms of communication expose gray areas in recruitingThe technology is forcing high school athletes to adapt to changes in the recruiting landscape. It all begs the questions of how much is too much online?

July 2009
Nebraska AD Association Joins All-American Team

The Nebraska State Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NSIAAA) has become the latest member in the growing family of partners with All-American.  As of July 1, All-American is proud to be working alongside the athletic directors in Nebraska in the pursuit of solving communications and school support concerns. Nebraska has a very active and effective association of athletic directors committed to enhancing the education-based athletic experience for high school students in their state. We look forward to a productive relationship with Nebraska schools for many years to come. You can visit the NSIAAA website for the latest activities within the state association.

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