Developing the Physically Educated Students: A 21st Century Challenge for Physical Educators
The 21st Century brings great hope, optimism and promise for the work of physical educators and the advancement of school physical education programs. Great accomplishments during the past century promoted great awareness for the need of enhancing fitness and the well-being of individuals through physical activities within our society. Physical educators can point to pride with the expansion of programs as well as efforts aimed toward promoting gender equity, inclusion, and the development of a student centered (rather than content centered) curriculum. However, during the last decades of the 20th Century physical education programs faced many challenges at schools. In fact, one could argue that physical education programs are in an era of decline. (Abstract taken from Overview)
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