California School Districts Agree To Publicly Document Student Physical Education Minutes
Thirty-seven California school districts have reached a settlement with a California parent and advocacy group Cal200 over a 2013 lawsuit that claimed the school districts are violating state physical education law, which requires schools to provide 200 minutes of physical education every 10 school days for elementary students. Under the settlement, the school districts agreed to publicly document the amount of physical education students receive.
- "Got P.E.? Settlement Says Schools Must Prove They Provide It" ("State of Health," KQED, 2/3).