Determining the quality of physical education programs in selected Texas schools

Table of Contents
1: INTRODUCTION 3
1.1 Introduction 3
1.2 Perceived Significance of the study 4
1.4 Research Questions 4
1.5 Hypothesis to be tested 5
2. LITERATURE REVIEW 6
3: RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS 15
3.1 Introduction 15
3.2 Research Design 15
3.3 Target Population 17
3.4 Sampling Design 17
3.4.1 Sample Frame 17
3.4.2 Sampling Techniques 18
3.4.2 Sample Size 19
3.5 Data Collection Methods 20
3.5.1 Archival Records 21
3.5.2 Questionnaires/Interviews 21
3.6 Data Analysis 22
4: ACTIONABLE/NEXT STEPS/TIMELINES 23
References 24

1.1 Introduction

There are numerous health concerns among young children such as increased cases of obesity fatty liver diseases, and type 2 diabetes mellitus among others. For this reason, there is a need to reduce adverse health effects among children by focusing on cost-effective interventions (Arabmomeni, Iravani, Momeni, & Jannesari, 2013).  Physical education programs are considered suitable interventions in such cases. Several studies acknowledge the existence of numerous physical education programmes across many schools in the US (Castelli, Carson, & Kulinna, 2014). Most interventions in schools focus on the modification of diet alongside increased physical activities for learners. In spite of this, a lot of concerns have been raised on the absence of clarity in the efficacy and level of sustainability of school-based physical programs.  This is credited to the fact that little has progress has been made towards the reduction health risks among children despite the adoption of school-based interventions…

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