Activity Choice and Title IX
Yes, there are those states, districts, schools, and individual physical educators who have made positive changes in standards, curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices; however, the majority of secondary physical education departments still host a "one size fits all" program, whereby all students participate in the same traditional activities in the same, traditional, command style of teaching. [...] while some girls enrolled in a high school physical education program may want to learn and play flag football and a select group of boys may want to improve their fitness through step aerobics, they cannot.
Jane M. Shimon. "Activity Choice and Title IX" Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 78.9 (2007): 3-4,-12.
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