The problem is that a significant number of schools don't offer health classes.And many schools that do have health and PE classes are not devoting enough time to the subjects or teaching them effectively, according to the survey. Gavin, MD, Kids Health senior medical editor and president of the Delaware chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). kid or teen spends more time in front of a computer, TV, cell phone, and video game screen each week than in school.For example, a simple mathematics equation cannot be solved without the aid of a calculator, also some students who bring their computers to class, tend to misuse them, by using them for non-academic purposes during class hours.
Schools can play an important role in countering the obesity epidemic among U. "Research shows many parents don't realize their children are overweight," Gavin says. Daily PE classes that get kids moving and health classes that explain how to choose nutritious foods and appropriate portion sizes can help kids make healthier choices." And, Gavin notes, "Studies show that kids who are physically active do better in school." Most parents and educators in the survey agree.
Nearly every educator (99%) said all students should be required to take PE classes, and the same number said middle school and high school students should be required to take health classes.
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