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High School Takes P.E. Online

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High School Takes P.E. Online

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High School Takes P.E. Online

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NPR's Phillip Davis reports Florida is letting students take physical education online. A gym teacher in another part of the state monitors their efforts, and a parent has to vouch for the student. The program's backers say logging on to P.E. class from home helps students who are busy or shy — and it also helps relieve overcrowded schools.

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