Crooms Academy Builds Technology-Rich P.E. Curriculum

DiGiorgio, Annamaria
December 2004
T H E Journal;Dec2004, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p8
Reports on the decision of Crooms Academy of Information Technology in Florida to build tehnology-rich curriculum for physical education (P.E.). Financial resources for the funding of the P.E. program; Challenges encountered by school administrators in the implementation of the P.E. program; Components of the P.E. curriculum.


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