Florida approves daily physical education for elementary students

05/4/2007 | St. Petersburg Times (Fla.)

Florida Gov. Charlie Crist's personal campaign to require elementary students to take a half-hour physical-education class daily is headed to his desk for final approval. Florida elementary and middle schools are not currently required to offer physical education, and some concerns have been raised about finding time in the crowded school day for the new requirement.

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