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Fight for Your (Child's) Right... for Recess!
As we have read, even with strong medical evidence indicating that exercise positively impacts a child's ability to concentrate, parents still struggle with schools to keep recess in the schedule.
For parents hoping to advocate recess in their local school districts, there are stategies that may help.
- Change begins at home.
In order to best educate policymakers and form the best platform in favor of recess, it's critical that you educate yourself with all vital information, research, and statistics available.
- Communicate with other parents.
The more vocal you are about the benefits of recess, the more a "win by numbers" approach may work.
- Back up your battle.
Often a lack of knowledge is what hinders communication between parents and policymakers. By informing your local school decision makers of valid reasoning behind your argument/requests, your words become more powerful and potentially effective. This includes attending PTA meetings, local school board meetings, etc. and voicing your concerns.
- Advocate with the experts.
While parental support is important, aiding your argument with expert testimony from professors specialized in childhood education and child psychology can help you attain the clout you need to get taken seriously.
- Always have a "plan B".
While all your efforts may be completely forthright and justified to elicit a favorable response, sometimes you just cannot beat the political system behind many schools. Do not take the rejection personally; rather, consider alternative remedies you can implement to help support the health of your child regardless.
We Wish You Good Health!
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