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What should physical education look like in the year 2020 and beyond?
NASPE's PE2020 initiative seeks to answer this question by inviting physical education teachers, college/university faculty, physical education teacher candidates, K-12 students, parents, school administrators, policymakers, community members, and other key supporters (e.g., public health professionals, medical community) to share visionary thoughts about the future of physical education. Experts and stakeholders will engage in discussions about futuristic physical education based on the essays submitted. The culminating shared vision will be a call-to-action for NASPE and the profession.
To-date, over 1800 essays have been submitted. Please share YOUR thoughts and see what others are saying.
The National Standards for Physical Education, 2nd Edition (NASPE, 2004) define what students should know and be able to do as a result of participating in school physical education, and 48 states have state physical education standards that align closely with the national standards. So, how do we assess student progress toward achieving the standards? With scientifically-validates assessments called PE Metrics.
PE Metrics helps teachers, students, parents and school officials
For more information, go to www.naspeinfo.org/pemetrics
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