If getting kids physically active increases their academic scores, why is it not being done in every school?

If getting kids physically active increases their academic scores, why is it not being done in every school? | ilslearningcorner.comIf getting kids physically active increases their academic scores, why is it not being done in every school? Guest Post Richard Monette The science is clear: If you get kids moving throughout the school day, they will do better academically. That’s the case being made in the article “Building a better brain” recently published in the Globe and Mail. The article quotes Harvard Medical School’s...

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