How athletics/activities administrators can help ensure children and teens meet the daily physical activity requirements
The importance of physical activity for K-12 students cannot be undermined. Research shows that students who are physically active are more likely to get higher grades in school, have regular attendance, and have better overall cognitive performance. Yet, many U.S. children and adolescents do not get the daily recommended amount of physical activity. According to […]Read More...
December 15th, 2017
Posted in Athletics Administration
According to a 2014 study by the National Council on Teacher Quality, teachers miss an average of 11 days out of a school year due to illness, illness of a loved one, professional development or other personal reasons. For students, this means that throughout their K-12 experience, six to 10 percent of their instruction is […]Read More...
December 11th, 2017
Posted in Education At Work