US Physical Education and Physical Activity Policy (US-PEPAP)

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    Indiana-US Physical Education and Physical Activity Policy (US-PEPAP) Implementation Surveillance Data
    (2023-01-01) Kern, Ben D; Wilson, Wesley J.; van der Mars, Hans; Killian, Chad; Paulson, L.; Wallhead, Tristan; Woo, David
    While summary of the existence of US state policies regarding physical education and physical activity are available, measures of the policy implementation are rare therefore, the US-PEPAP implementation survey was designed to capture accurate and up to date information on physical education and physical activity policy implementation in schools as reported directly by physical educators. A secondary purpose of this work was to engage physical educators, university researchers, and other proponents of lifelong physical activity in becoming advocates for more favorable policy in each of the 50 US states.
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    Kentucky-US Physical Education and Physical Activity Policy (US-PEPAP) Implementation Surveillance Data
    (2023-11-01) Kern, Ben D; Wilson, Wesley J.; van der Mars, Hans; Killian, Chad; Paulson, L.; Wallhead, Tristan; Woo, David; Wilson
    While summary of the existence of US state policies regarding physical education and physical activity are available, measures of the policy implementation are rare therefore, the US-PEPAP implementation survey was designed to capture accurate and up to date information on physical education and physical activity policy implementation in schools as reported directly by physical educators. A secondary purpose of this work was to engage physical educators, university researchers, and other proponents of lifelong physical activity in becoming advocates for more favorable policy in each of the 50 US states.
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    Delaware-US Physical Education and Physical Activity Policy (US-PEPAP) Implementation Surveillance Data
    (2023-11-01) Kern, Ben D; Wilson, Wesley J.; van der Mars, Hans; Killian, Chad; Paulson, L.; Wallhead, Tristan; Woo, David
    While summary of the existence of US state policies regarding physical education and physical activity are available, measures of the policy implementation are rare therefore, the US-PEPAP implementation survey was designed to capture accurate and up to date information on physical education and physical activity policy implementation in schools as reported directly by physical educators. A secondary purpose of this work was to engage physical educators, university researchers, and other proponents of lifelong physical activity in becoming advocates for more favorable policy in each of the 50 US states.
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    Vermont-US Physical Education and Physical Activity Policy (US-PEPAP) Implementation Surveillance Data
    (2023-11-01) Kern, Ben D; Wilson, Wesley J.; van der Mars, Hans; Killian, Chad; Paulson, L.; Wallhead, Tristan; Woo, David
    While summary of the existence of US state policies regarding physical education and physical activity are available, measures of the policy implementation are rare therefore, the US-PEPAP implementation survey was designed to capture accurate and up to date information on physical education and physical activity policy implementation in schools as reported directly by physical educators. A secondary purpose of this work was to engage physical educators, university researchers, and other proponents of lifelong physical activity in becoming advocates for more favorable policy in each of the 50 US states.
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    New Jersey-US Physical Education and Physical Activity Policy (US-PEPAP) Implementation Surveillance Data
    (2023-11-01) Kern, Ben D; Wilson, Wesley; van der Mars, Hans; Killian, Chad; Paulson, L.; Wallhead, Tristan; Woo, David
    While summary of the existence of US state policies regarding physical education and physical activity are available, measures of the policy implementation are rare therefore, the US-PEPAP implementation survey was designed to capture accurate and up to date information on physical education and physical activity policy implementation in schools as reported directly by physical educators. A secondary purpose of this work was to engage physical educators, university researchers, and other proponents of lifelong physical activity in becoming advocates for more favorable policy in each of the 50 US states.