Ken Pitetti is conducting a study for Wichita State University that is trying to develop a fitness test for kids with intellectual disabilities. There’s a physical test used with kids who have no disabilities, but physical education experts and others say it doesn’t work for kids with lower IQs.
Ken Pitetti is conducting a study for Wichita State University that is trying to develop a fitness test for kids with intellectual disabilities. There’s a physical test used with kids who have no disabilities, but physical education experts and others say it doesn’t work for kids with lower IQs. The Wichita Eagle
Ken Pitetti is conducting a study for Wichita State University that is trying to develop a fitness test for kids with intellectual disabilities. There’s a physical test used with kids who have no disabilities, but physical education experts and others say it doesn’t work for kids with lower IQs. The Wichita Eagle

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July 22, 2014 07:08 AM

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