there reasoning was. a scholarship offer does not read like an employment. there i no contract of employment. the school offered no job or opened any job pertaining to the position or a promise of employment for the student.
the fact that the labor board ignored already established law is astounding. this will go to court and they will get overturned.
they are not employee's.
they are students. their scholarship offers are dependent on them getting into school taking and passing classes.
school doesn't need to bargain with anyone. they simply pull all scholarship and make football playing voluntary.Of course not.
Long term goal would be to use collective bargaining to break the NCAA's ban on college athletes being paid outright to play the game.
They get lots of benefits. They would like to have the opportunity to be paid outright for their service.
Are they going to pay taxes on these scholarships? I think they are going to have too since the scholarship is the source of income that made them paid employees. This could backfire.
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