Physical education is a crucial part of the school day, and the US Government is looking at cutting off funding for the US’ oldest, most popular, and most expensive program.
But it’s not a bad idea to make sure that physical education remains a priority for the next president.
Physical education was established by Congress in the 1970s to help the nation’s children learn in the physical environment, but that has never been more necessary than it is today.
The US spends $4.5 billion annually on physical education for children, but only around 25% of that money goes to physical education.
A lack of funding is the primary reason the program’s funding has never grown.
“Physical education is one of the largest expenditures on school buildings in the United States and has been the foundation for many of the improvements that are happening in American education,” says Rachel Miller, the director of the Physical Education and Rehabilitation Program at the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Physical Education is funded through the Federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (FEES), which was passed in 1978.
The law provides funding to districts for physical activity programs, and grants funds for programs for physical instruction.
It also funds funding for physical fitness programs, which aim to get children active and active in a safe, supervised environment.
The money is used for training, and it is currently administered through the National Physical Education Association (NPEA).
“The NPEA is the main source of funding for all physical education programs in the country,” says Miller.
“The association provides a platform for the federal government to provide funds to states, counties, and other jurisdictions to help them administer physical education to children in their communities.”
The National Physical Foundation, which oversees physical education in the US, has also provided the funds to support programs in states across the country.
NPEI was founded in 1972, and has a budget of $10.6 billion.
It oversees a number of programs, including the National Council on Physical Education (NCPE), which oversees the physical education and physical rehabilitation program for all the US states.
It is funded by a variety of sources including federal, state, and local grants, private donations, and contributions from organizations such as the American Physical Therapy Association and the American Board of Physical Therapy.
It works with schools, colleges, and universities to provide physical education instruction.
NCEP also oversees the National Athletic Trainers Association, which provides physical training for the professional athletes of all sports.
“We support and assist with the physical training of athletes in the nation, but it is important to remember that all training programs are not created equal,” says Joe Fieger, president of the National Association of Athletic Trainees.
“When it comes to training programs, NCEPs is committed to ensuring the best physical training programs and physical education facilities exist for every individual and child in our communities.”
Physical education funding is critical to the continued success of physical education because it helps children develop their physical fitness and also provides them with the skills and knowledge that they need to make lifelong positive changes.
“For every dollar spent on physical instruction, there is a $3.25 to $6.25 in public safety benefits that benefit our country and its people,” says Fiefer.
“Every dollar spent, whether it’s on physical activity or physical education programming, is a dollar that is saving lives, reducing the risk of injury, and protecting the health of our nation.”
According to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, there are 2.2 million school-aged children participating in physical education at any given time.
And although there are over 500 million active duty military and active duty National Guard members, only a small percentage of them are physically active.
But the physical exercise program is crucial to the country’s economic future.
It’s estimated that a physical education budget for every school would provide $20 billion to the US economy.
Physical activities are a vital part of American life, and they’re essential to a child’s health and well-being.
In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has determined that the average American spends about $300 per month on physical activities.
“If we didn’t have physical education there would be a lot less work for people,” Miller says.
“It’s a great example of how the government and the public are supporting each other and helping each other.
Physical activity is essential to maintaining physical fitness, and physical fitness is a major contributor to a healthy, active and healthy society.”