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Rethinking Desk-Bound Education

As Americans lead increasingly sedentary lives, one educator suggests that a mixture of traditional classroom instruction and controlled physical activity would better serve students’ needs.

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As Americans lead increasingly sedentary lives, one educator suggests that a mixture of traditional classroom instruction and controlled physical activity would better serve students’ needs. Carolina Blatt-Gross’ research suggests that incorporating the natural physical inclinations of children into the learning process makes for healthier, more attentive students — and, ultimately, more balanced adults. (CNN)

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