This document, not produced by an association, is based on the report submitted by the Physical Activity Guidelines Advisory Committee, a group comprising 13 leading experts in the field of exercise science and public health. The committee conducted an extensive review of the scientific data relating physical activity to health published since the release of the 1996 Surgeon General’s Report on Physical Activity and Health.
ACSM is the largest sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world. It's a valuable source for physical activity and public health guidelines, either developed by itself in conjunction with the American Heart Association, or linking to federal guidelines.
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Located at UNC Chapel Hill, the organization publishes graduation gap reports for NCAA Division athletes, by selected sport. The latest report (September 2012) found that " . . . NCAA D-I football players (especially FBS players) do not graduate at rates comparable to full-‐time male college students at most NCAA Division-I universities.”
Based at the University of central Florida, "The Institute researches and publishes a variety of studies, including annual studies of student-athlete graduation rates and racial attitudes in sports, as well as the internationally recognized Racial and Gender Report Card, an assessment of hiring practices in coaching and sport management in professional and college sport." - website
NASPE links to state physical education standards as well as their own standards, guidelines, and position statements covering coaches, physical education teacher training, physical activity, physical education, and sport.
The NCAA has a wealth of information on its website, such as graduation rates for student athletes, a biennial Gender-Equity Report on NCAA member schools, broken down by division, and college sports statistics and records.