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Daily PE: it works out. Healthy Active Children Policy Recommendations and End of Grade Proficiency for Grades 3-5. FBS Interns – Summer 2012. Research Question. How does daily Physical Education (PE) affect End of Grade test proficiency for North Carolina students in Grades 3-5?.

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Daily pe it works out

Daily PE: it works out

Healthy Active Children Policy Recommendations and End of Grade Proficiency for Grades 3-5

FBS Interns – Summer 2012


Research question

Research Question

  • How does daily Physical Education (PE) affect End of Grade test proficiency for North Carolina students in Grades 3-5?


Healthy active children policy

Healthy Active Children Policy

  • Developed by SBE in 2003 (amended in 2005)

  • Implemented in 2006-07 school year

  • Requires LEAs to have School Health Advisory Councils (SHAC)

  • Primary tenets

    • Recommends 30 minutes daily PE with specialist

    • Mandates 30 minutes daily physical activity


Data collection

Data Collection

  • 2010-11 survey data

    • Identifies LEAs meeting HAC recommendations

  • EOG Data

    • % proficient (level 3 or higher) by grade and subject for each school

    • Final Total of 8,976 data points

    • Derived from NC School Report Card for 2011


Methodology

Methodology

  • Used a statistical model to measure variation in EOG proficiency across LEAs based on HAC compliance

  • Other factors:

    • Racial-composition

    • Student-teacher ratio

    • Percent FRL


Findings

Findings

  • Percentage point change in proficiency attributable to HAC compliance:

* shows significance at the 10% level, ** shows significance at the 5% level


Findings other factors

Findings: Other Factors

  • Demographic and financial factors

  • Potential proficiency gains may offset losses due to racial and FRL composition at the school level

  • Greatest gains for schools with high % FRL


Policy recommendation

Policy Recommendation

  • SBE should mandate the current HAC recommendation of 150 minutes per week with a certified PE teacher throughout the school year for elementary students


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