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Schools shirking workouts

Citing health issues, advocates want renewed focus on phys ed

By Brenda J. Buote
Globe Staff / June 24, 2004

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Despite fears about childhood obesity, juvenile diabetes, and asthma, educators in the suburbs north of Boston are struggling with lean spending plans and have pared or even scrapped physical education courses in favor of academic programs, such as math and English tutoring classes. (Full Article: 1325 Words)

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