ALR's Active Education brief inspired the work of Nina Hansen, a physical education and Health Specialist at the Gateway Preparatory Academy in Enoch, Utah. The brief provides evidence that physically active children perform better in school. This evidence helped Ms. Hansen in formulating her master's project, which focused on providing a holistic curriculum for grades 1 through 8 that incorporates opportunities for physical activity during class instruction. For more information, contact Active Living Research.
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