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Montana Crisis Prompts New Physical Education Standards

Montana’s health and physical education leaders have been working on updated health standards to replace the 17-year- old guidance still being employed by public schools.

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Montana’s health and physical education leaders have been working on updated health standards to replace the 17-year-old guidance still being employed by public schools. Major changes include a restructuring of standards by grade level, encouraging the use of technology to monitor health and fitness, and curriculum that addresses topics like respectful relationships, bullying and substance use. (Independent Record)

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