Australian students benefit from specialised PE teachers

A recent study in Australia finds that students likely would get more benefit from physical-education courses if they were taught by teachers who specialised in the subject. The study also finds that students who were taught "lasting activity patterns" had better results, including improved health and academic achievement.

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