Future of California High School Sports to Be Reviewed

Future of California High School Sports to Be Reviewed

The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) state basketball championships in Sacramento marked the launch of committees by executive director Ron Nocetti to study the future of high school sports in California, according to Education Slice.

These committees will examine various aspects, including transfers and competitive equity playoffs. Nocetti emphasized the CIF’s willingness to listen and make necessary changes. Representatives from all 10 sections governing high school sports will participate in the discussions, with up to 100 participants from different constituencies. The priorities to be discussed will span different timeframes.

The transfer issue, with a potential record of 17,000 statewide transfers annually, is a key concern.

Additionally, the CIF aims to address the challenge of small schools staying relevant in the face of competitive equity. The goal is to gather feedback from multiple constituencies to ensure progress.

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