A revised Competitive Balance Proposal that could affect a team’s postseason division based on how many of its students are enrolled from outside a school district will learn its fate by May 15.
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COMPETITIVE BALANCE PROPOSAL
Defeated: In 2011 (332-303) and 2012 (339-301).
Votes to separate public from privates: Defeated in 1978 (84 to 16 percent) and 1993 (67 to 33 percent).
Who votes? Member principals.
When? May 1-15.
When would it start? Fall 2015.
Sports affected: Football, soccer, volleyball (fall), basketball (winter), baseball and softball (spring).