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    Minors and the Use of Releases

    Many K-12 schools, colleges, and universities rely on releases to educate students and parents about an activity’s risks and to transfer or share liability. But releases signed by or on behalf of minors are not enforceable in most states. To effectively use releases when dealing with minors, follow the practices recommended in this piece.
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    Icon Concussion Benchmarking Report: K-12 Schools

    Concussion injuries present a high-level risk to United Educators’ (UE's) members, and efforts to protect student-athletes are continually evolving. In 2019, 236 K-12 members participated in a survey about their athletic-related concussion practices. Use the responses to these survey questions to assess your school’s athletic concussion prevention and response practices.
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    Icon Concussion Benchmarking Report: Higher Education

    Concussion injuries present a high-level risk to United Educators’ (UE's) members, and efforts to protect student-athletes are continually evolving. In 2019, 448 higher education members participated in a survey about their athletic-related concussion practices. Use the responses to these survey questions to assess your institution’s athletic concussion prevention and response practices.
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