Kan. study links fitness to higher math, reading scores

01/31/2014 | Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.), The

The Kansas Fitness Information Tracking study, which included 13,000 students from 152 schools, showed that those who met all five fitness standards had reading scores 73.5% above the proficiency mark and 70.3% higher for math. Students who met one or none of the fitness standards scored 41.8% above proficiency for reading and 50.4% above for math.

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