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Exercise and Academic Performance Editorial

posted May 28, 2013, 11:54 AM by Anastasia Quinn Keck
Click here to read a New York Times Editorial about the links between exercise and academic-performance.

"Academic performance is influenced by factors like parental involvement and socioeconomic status, but the panel reported that active children tended to have stronger performance, especially in reading and mathematics. It believes that the benefits of exercise during the school day outweigh the benefits from increasing class time."
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