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New briefs offer policy goals for improving PE in schools

Two new briefs highlight findings on the state of PE in California schools, along with specific recommendations and policy goals to make physical activity more accessible for school children. The California Endowment commissioned the briefs as part of its efforts to improve physical activity, reduce childhood obesity and reduce health disparities in California. Researchers at Active Living Research and the UCLA School of Public Health’s Center to Eliminate Health Disparities developed the briefs.



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This brief report summarizes existing information about the status of PE in California and identifies several research-based strategies for improving the quantity and quality of PE.

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