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Read the Summit recap here. The Aspen Institute is collaborating on a multi-year effort by more than a dozen leading sport, health, media and other organizations to grow national sport participation rates and related metrics among youth. The need is clear for Project Play The new initiative represents the first time that industry groups and non-profits have come together to develop shared goals around making sport accessible to all children, regardless of zip code or ability.

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Youth Sports Program Statistics

The problem is that while the FDA takes responsibility for knowing everything about our food as the EPA does with the environment and a group called ARDA does with religious lifeno one agency or organization monitors youth sports either as a central part of American childhood or as an industry. And it is an industry. So we are left with a Wild West of local and regional organizations in dozens of sports and no better odds of getting pinpoint data than of counting all the tumbleweeds blowing across the land.

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Trends in the proportion of students participating to any degree in school athletic teams during the school year vary by grade level. Among eighth graders, participation rates remained steady from tofluctuating from 67 to 69 percent. Among tenth graders, participation has been fairly constant sinceranging from 59 to 64 percent. Participation in school athletics among tenth graders was at 59 percent in

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Do you feel youth sports in the United States are accessible to all children? Or do you feel they are available only to a talented few? Last year, over 40 million children in the United States played an organized sport. However, the share of children from age 6 to 12 who regularly participated in an organized team sport declined to 37 percent in from 45 percent inand approximately one in six engaged in no sports activity at all.