Unique Physical Education Class Breaks Down Barriers

At Wayzata High School in Plymouth, Minnesota, unified physical education has become one of the school’s most sought-after classes. The program pairs students with and without disabilities to foster friendships while promoting healthy physical activities. The success of the new class offering has inspired nearly 50 schools across Minnesota to implement the program in the next year.

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