Physical-education programs adapt to the digital age

10/31/2012 | Forbes

The adoption of online and blended-learning programs does not mean students have to sacrifice physical activity, suggests Michael Horn, cofounder of the nonprofit Innosight Institute. In this blog post, he writes about Carpe Diem Collegiate Middle and High School, which allows students to visit an on-site fitness center with a trainer when they get the urge to work out. Another school, he writes, is considering partnering with a neighboring fitness center to offer a Crossfit for Kids program.

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