PE classes seek broader student appeal

06/17/2014 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Schools' physical-education classes are trending away from competitive activities and using exercise as punishment and toward creating more individualized programs that target personal fitness and encompass students of all abilities. Schools in Washington, D.C., used federal grant money to develop lifetime physical activities that include yoga, rock climbing, archery and fly fishing to make gym class more popular.

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