For generations, college athletes have been forbidden to profit from their sports. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), which governs college athletics, has argued that keeping money out of college sports helps student-athletes prioritize their education. Successful college athletes often bring in enormous revenue for their schools, however, and critics argue that the athletes deserve a share of that wealth. The Supreme Court recently agreed, ruling that schools may help student-athletes with certain education-related expenses. Listen to learn more about the decision and how it could impact the lives and fortunes of college athletes.
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