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Academic Progress Rate (APR) was instituted by the NCAA in 2005 to get a real time measure of student’s academic progress. The APR is used to measure athlete’s academic progress at their institution in and out of season. Since the APR was instituted recently, literature and research involving the APR is scarce. Team success (as measured by win/loss record and postseason accomplishments) was correlated with a team’s Academic Progress Rate. Men’s Division I college basketball did not show any significant findings between Academic Progress Rates and team success. Men’s Division I college football showed that as teams have more success in the classroom they will have more success on the playing field.
LeFevre, Jeffrey, "Exploring Relationships Between Academic Progress Rates and Team Success" (2011). Sport Management Undergraduate. Paper 20.
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