This article reviews research on the association between physical activity among school-aged children and academic outcomes.
- Literature suggests that there may be short-term improvements, but long-term improvements of academic achievement as a result of physical activity are not well substantiated.
- The relationship between academic achievement and physical activity requires further research.
Tara, Howard. “Physical Activity and Student Performance at School.” Journal of School Health. 75.6 (2005): 214-218.