Schools hit a bull's-eye with archery lessons

04/22/2012 | Washington Post, The

The popularity of "The Hunger Games" film has led to an uptick in interest in archery among students. A seventh-grade science teacher in Michigan used archery to help teach students about kinetic and potential energy, pulleys, levers and other lessons. The National Archery in the Schools Program helps provide archery lessons for about 2 million students in physical-education classes.

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