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The Challenge: The implementation and enforcement of school wellness policies vary widely, and many schools have dramatically reduced or completely eliminated physical education (PE) and recess.
Make an impact: Schools with regular PE, recess and classroom activity breaks can help increase children's physical activity levels.
What the findings are about: This study assessed the relationship between elementary school district and school PE policies, school PE environment, and PE and recess time.
Read the full article: District and School Physical Education Policies: Implications for Physical Education and Recess Time
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