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Physical education should be a necessary component to pass from one grade to the next because in today's society a high percent of kids are not physically fit. Schools should place a high emphasis on physical health and this might help the kids continue to do healthy activities in their own free time.
Physical education should be a necessary component to pass from one grade to the next. Unless the student has a medical condition which prevents them from playing sports, they should be able to participate in a physical education class. The students actual performance is not graded in physical education classes. Only their attendance is used to grade them.
Yes, I think that with the growing problem with obesity here in the states, that this would make a lot of parents start feeding their kids better and making them exercise, and would make the country as a whole become a lot better about our health and our well being.
Physical educations isn't about a student being athletic. It is about teaching students healthy living habits and encouraging them to be active in an inactive society. Physical education should be a required component for students of any age since they may not get any physical activity outside of school.
Furthermore, physical education classes often focus on team activities, which forms stronger bonds between students and teaches them about how to cooperate with other people.
No, physical education should not be a necessary component to pass from one grade to the next, because someone who is extremely intelligent could end up stuck in first grade because they cannot do a push up. Students should have to try athletics, but they should not be penalized if the guy next to them is more athletic.