Search form

California Bill Would Limit Football Practices to Reduce Concussions

California lawmakers hope to restrict the number of football practices involving tackling, due to concerns over potential concussion-related brain damage among high school athletes.

Students who suffer head injuries would need approval from a medical professional before returning to the field, Reuters reported.

If signed by Gov. Jerry Brown, the measure would make California the 20th state to restrict practices by school football teams.

Read the full story.


Article by Celine Provini, EducationWorld Editor

Latest Education News
Sexual assault cases persist from elementary school up through college, so what's the solution to make schools safer?
Some experts are arguing that more classrooms that utilize blended learning will help decrease the high number of...
Parents in the Hazelwood School District are no different than many parents across the country in that they don't...
Philadelphia, the eighth largest district in the nation, has been battling school funding issues for the past few years...
Investigating the education candidate that never was.