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DVD offers more flexibility in meeting physical activity time requirements

Many states-Oklahoma, Tennessee, Oregon, Florida, and Texas are among them-have recently passed laws that require schools to increase the number of minutes of physical activity time for students. These requirements typically go beyond the number of minutes students spend in physical education class each week. So the challenge is, how to incorporate meaningful physical activity time into other parts of the school day in order to meet these new requirements?

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