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Education and the Democratic Party in California
A look at the 2007 physical education legislation in California.
# 138456 | 1,500 words | 3 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Education (Physical)


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The paper discusses how California passed physical education legislation in 2007 to ensure that California students met the minimum requirements in the state of passing two years of physical education courses prior to graduating from high school ("New", 2007). The paper relates that according to Senator Tom Torlakson, a democrat from Antioch, many students were failing the two year requirements and still receiving exemptions from participating in physical education classes during high school ("New", 2007). The paper explains that the legislation, therefore, makes it mandatory for students to pass physical education exams "in grades five, seven and nine in order to be eligible for exemption from physical education in high school" ("New", 2007).

From the Paper:

"The California Democratic Party states that "education must provide a well-rounded curriculum including the arts, music and physical education" (para. 1). California passed physical education legislation in 2007. The purpose of the legislation was to ensure that California students met the minimum requirements in the state of passing two years of physical education courses prior to graduating from high school ("New", 2007). According to Senator Tom Torlakson, a democrat from Antioch, many students were failing the two year requirements and still receiving exemptions from..."

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