Physical activity could improve test scores, research shows

04/14/2010 | USA Today

Taking physical-education classes or short breaks throughout the school day for physical activity could help students concentrate on academics and improve test scores, according to a federal government review of research. The findings come at a time when many districts are cutting physical education and recess to concentrate on test preparation or to cut costs.

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