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Physical Education Matters

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.



OrganizationThe California Endowment
Resource TypeResearch Report
URLhttp://www.calendow.org/reference/publicat...
LocationCalifornia
Publish DateJanuary 2007
DownloadPE_Matters.pdf

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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 C ...

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