The Parade All-America Boys Basketball Team was an annual selection by Parade that nationally honored the top high school boys' basketball players in the United States. At its onset, the selections were handled by a New York-based public relations firm, Publicity Enterprises, which was led by Haskell Cohen , who was a former sportswriter as well as the publicity director for the NBA at the time — The first All-America team in consisted of three five-player teams, and the first-team selections appeared on television on The Steve Allen Show. The recognition is a great thing for kids to shoot for," said Abdul-Jabbar as part of the announcement for the team. Starting in , the selections were compiled in conjunction with Sporting News and their writer, Brian McLaughlin. Candidates also began to be limited to players in their senior year.
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Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett has announced a massive amount of funding for the V. Department of Education, monies Ms. Plaskett says her office lobbied tirelessly for.