BY ALEX ROSSER / Reuters U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands during the Group of 20 Summit at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, April 3, 2021.
U.S., China leaders are expected to push forward on a series of key initiatives to spur economic growth in a world where jobs are increasingly at risk as a result of the pandemic.
But what the G20 leaders will focus on, in particular, is the growing popularity of physical education and health.
As a nation that has spent billions on improving its physical education curriculum, it is important for the U.K. and other nations to embrace physical education as a new economic engine and promote it as a core element in the workforce, according to G20 President Joe Biden.
“I think the U,S.
and China are on the right track,” Biden said at a press conference.
Biden also highlighted the growing role physical education plays in the economic recovery, noting that the U and China have been at the forefront of making physical education a priority in the recovery.
“Physical education is the key to the economic success of a country, and we’re not going to stop doing that until we get back to the promise of economic growth and economic growth,” he said.
As part of its commitment to physical education at the G7 summit, the U’s Ministry of Education announced last week that it will invest $200 million to expand its physical educational curriculum across its schools and colleges.
It will also offer free health and fitness classes to its students and staff and create an “in-class” online course to help parents find and take advantage of the classes.
The G20 also plans to make health a core area of its work with China, including efforts to establish a “national health center” in the country.
A new G20 policy will create a national “medical and health education center” to work with health professionals to create a framework for the health of people, including promoting health-related information and promoting health promotion and wellness.
The U.N. Health Summit on Monday will focus more on the health needs of women and girls, with Biden and U.A.E. President Dr. Rishi Narang also expected to speak on the issue.
Meanwhile, the world is beginning to embrace the idea of a “golden decade” for physical education.
With a global economy in full recovery, physical education is now a necessity for many in a time of rising health care costs and chronic economic weakness, according a G20 report on health and economic development.
There is also a growing recognition that physical education should be a national priority for many countries, including China, the report said.
The U’s role in the global health arena and the G8 meeting in November is an opportunity for the world to come together and look at ways that physical and health can be integrated into the global economy, Biden said.
“We have to do more to bring physical education into the equation,” he added.
In the United States, a study by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine found that physical training and physical education programs were a “critical component of the U the economy.”
The U is currently investing more than $200 billion annually in physical education in the U for a variety of purposes, including improving physical fitness, physical health, and reducing physical stress, according the GEDC.
At the G-20, Biden will also announce new efforts to encourage more women to participate in physical activities, such as creating the world’s first “Women’s Physical Education Hub” that will provide women with a safe space and a chance to learn and practice skills, and to establish new programs to provide financial assistance to women who are physically challenged.
“The U has a responsibility to support physical activity in our communities, and I know that women will join us in welcoming new generations of physical educators,” Biden will say, according for the announcement.