NYLPI releases report on the state of physical education in New York City’s public schools.

June 27, 2017

Community Justice, Education, Environmental Justice, Health Justice, PhysEd4All

Physical education in schools

The report analyzes data released by the NYC Department of Education and reveals disparities and recommends strategies for improving the rates of PE instruction across the city. The data was released pursuant to Local Law 102 of 2015, a widely supported bill that was promoted by NYLPI and its community partners in the Physical Education for All Coalition.

Click here for the full report.

Read the coverage in Politico, the New York Daily News, AM New York, and Chalkbeat.

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