NASPE hopes that the study, and responses to it, will lead to additional research on the long- and short-term outcomes of high-quality physical
Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics, found that while nearly all public elementary schools reported that they scheduled physical
education, only 17 percent to 22 percent actually provided daily classes.
Distinguishing between mere symptoms of emotional distress (no exclusion) and physical
sickness (excludable) isn't easy, which leaves taxpayers with a tough choice: forgo claiming the exclusion or claim it and fight about it later.
But administrators say they've had to sacrifice physical
education while beefing up efforts to improve academic achievement.
We even integrated patients with strokes or closed head injuries after their physical
therapy sessions ended.
The court disagreed, finding that the term "mental illness" was "ambiguous in that it could reasonably refer either to illnesses with nonphysical causes, or to illnesses with physical
causes, but exhibiting both physical
Several studies have shown that how we build our communities can affect our physical
activity levels and can even affect obesity (Frank et al.
The law enforcement community should examine its physical
fitness training and long-term health programs to ensure an efficient and competent force.
tape library is physically connected to the VTL (and the VTL is physically connected to the backup media server).
Past studies have linked both physical
and mental inactivity in adulthood with elevated risk of Alzheimer's disease (SN: 3/10/01, p.
and emotional manifestations of the stress response, such as increased heart rate, blood pressure, blood sugar levels and muscle tension, as well as anger and anxiety, are designed to dissipate when an immediate physical
threat is over.
3) During the past century, this phenomenon has been studied by sport psychologists who advocate the use of cognitive strategies to improve physical