Act Now to Support Access to Effective Physical Education in New York City

Active kids learn better. Although New York City has made strides in recent years, too many students don’t have access to effective physical education (PE) programs that allow them to be active and learn lifelong healthy habits. We’re building a movement of parents, kids, educators, medical professionals, and advocates who want to ensure every student – no matter where they live or what grade they are in – has access to PE.

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