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From kindergarten to eighth grade, schools are to provide physical education as a part of their course of study. Lisa Lyle Henry, a physical education consultant from the Ohio Department of Education states, “Schools may assign instructional time in a manner that be... ... middle of paper ... ...lege to become a physical education teacher. Works Cited Collier, D., & Hebert, F. (2004). Undergraduate physical education teacher preperation:. What practitioners tell us., 61(2), 102-112.
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2 School Based Physical Therapy: School-based physical therapy is provided as a related service, i.e., a service designated by the Individualized Education Program (IEP). 1 It was started so that the student with exceptional educational needs can benefit from their special educational program or access education within the least restricted environment. 1 Roles of School Based Physical Therapy: • Physical therapists work collaboratively with school staff to determine and implement educationally relevant services. 3,9,10 They contribute in developing, implem... ... middle of paper ... ...02/NC01001905/Centricity/Domain/1574/Physical%20Therapist%20Evaluation%20Process%20Guide%20-%20updated%20July%202013.pdf. Accessed April 30, 2014.
Even in the depressed economic period while schools must to curtail education budgets, still, sports programs generally reach sufficient financial support (Ripley, 2013). One example here is Premont, in which sports are still available for high school students while middle-school was combined with high school, elementary school cannot afford a music or art teacher in years, and science lab was closed due to lack of funds. (Ripley, 2013) As a result of u... ... middle of paper ... ...hool athletics. Chronicle of Higher Education. Greene, J.P. (2013, February 6).
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