The Institute for
Diversity and Ethics in Sport
Dr. Richard Lapchick, Director
NCAA Graduation Rates
The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport has conducted studies on the racial and gender makeup of creative directors responsible for the advertising spots aired during the Super Bowl as well as the content of those ads. The first two reports were compiled at the request of the Madison Avenue Project, a partnership between the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and Mehri & Skalet, PLLC, since then the report has been done independently.
The Racial and Gender Report Card
Click on a specific sport/league for access to every Racial and Gender Report Card published since the early 2000's. The Complete Racial and Gender Report Card is a compilation of all reports published in a particular year.
The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport releases its “Keeping Score When It Counts" series periodically. It documents comprehensive analysis of statistics involving the graduation rates of Division I collegiate athletic teams in selected sports.
The Racial and Gender Report Card (RGRC) is the definitive assessment of hiring practices of women and people of color in most of the leading professional and amateur sports and sporting organizations in the United States. The report considers the composition – assessed by racial and gender makeup – of players, coaches and front office/athletic department employees in our country’s leading sports organizations, including the National Basketball Association (NBA), the National Football League (NFL), Major League Baseball (MLB), Major League Soccer (MLS) and the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), as well as in collegiate athletics departments.