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[Note: this is the official report to the US Department of Education on University of Arizona’s Partners for Healthy Promises federal PEP-Grant-funded project in the Sunnyside Unified School District, 2012-2015.]
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Key hearing on school recess bill, Arizona House of Representatives, February, 26, 2018 (approx. 1.5 hours; start at 42:00)
Local TV news coverage on January 2, 2019, which included the main independent station & the CBS affiliate; with excerpts from interview with Scott Turner on the 2018 US Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth:
Arizona’s governor and the state and national press loved our recess bill!:
Yes, Figure It Out did a podcast about us (before we launched the Healthy Future US name).
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