Arkansas pulls back on anti-obesity programs, P.E. requirements

As other states add physical-education and other childhood anti-obesity programs, the Arkansas legislature has directed its Education Board to scale back programs implemented by a former governor who lost 105 pounds. Students this fall will be required to spend less time in P.E. classes, and parents will be able to opt children out of being weighed and having their body-mass index calculated.

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