The State and Status of Physical Education in Schools in International Context

@article{Marshall2000TheSA,
  title={The State and Status of Physical Education in Schools in International Context},
  author={Joe Marshall and Ken Hardman},
  journal={European Physical Education Review},
  year={2000},
  volume={6},
  pages={203 - 229}
}
Against a background of perceived threats to physical education, an investigative world-widesurvey of the state and status of physical education in schools funded by the International Olympic Committee was carried out in 1998–9. The survey findings, based on data collated from a globally administered semi-structured questionnaire and an extensive literature survey, reveal that school physical education is in a perilous position in all continental regions of the world. Specifically, the article… 

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