PE Benefits In Regards to Improving Academics/Brain Research
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Recently, the concept of an integrated curriculum in schools has received increased attention. Placek and Sullivan discuss two forms of integration and how to integrate physical education with other subjects.
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Ayden Physical Education Defending PE links by John Williams