Overeating and Underachieving:. The Effects of Physical Fitness on the Academic Achievement of Minority Students. An Action Research Project Chevonne Byas EDUC 7021 T Fall 2010. Table of Contents. Abstract Introduction Statement of Problem Review of Related Literature
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Overeating and Underachieving:
The Effects of Physical Fitness on the Academic Achievement of Minority Students
An Action Research Project
EDUC 7021 T
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