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July 16, 2008


Debra Eschmeyer

Thanks, Laura! Great post.

As posted by the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee: The Department of Human Services’ Center for Disease Control and Prevention has a wonderful “Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity State Legislative Database” website that allows one to search a database of state legislation to improve children’s health. One can search topics such as physical education legislation across all states over numerous years. According to the site, 52 bills on children’s physical education were introduced in 2008 in state legislatures across the nation. Check it out: http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/DNPALeg/index.asp

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They just need more classes. Speaking from experience, teachers get sick of regulating that many children, and stop taking roll altogether. Thus, making it rather simple for kids to bail out on the class.

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