Ill. high school uses fitness assessments in gym class placement

05/12/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

An Illinois high school has adopted a new approach to physical-education classes, in which students are divided into different sections based on their performance on fitness assessments administered twice a year. Supporters of the new approach say it is intended to help curb childhood obesity. Some critics, however, question whether separating students could harm their self-esteem.

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