The GOP’s Biggest Hit: Physical education openings
The Republican Party’s biggest hit is the elimination of the requirement that public schools teach physical education in every classroom.
That is the most dramatic change to the curriculum in decades, and could have huge repercussions for the future of education in America.
Democrats have said that eliminating physical education from every classroom would force parents to raise their kids in an environment that would be too difficult to learn to master the science and math of science, engineering and math.
The Trump administration has proposed eliminating physical training in public schools, but has not yet proposed eliminating it completely.
The elimination of physical education would have a profound impact on education policy.
It could reduce the number of kids learning physical education, but also affect the quality of education.
The National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE) recently said that the elimination could reduce classroom instruction and classroom instruction quality by 10 percent.
That could have a huge impact on schools and families, according to an article by the New York Times.
The report also found that physical education education teachers earn an average of $60,000 less than other teaching positions in public education.
But that is not the whole story.
The NASBE said that while physical education teachers are paid more than other teachers, they earn less than teachers in other types of jobs.
That makes sense.
Physical education teachers, who are also often teachers of special education students, are often expected to do a great deal of physical labor, often in high-pressure situations.
They need to be physically strong.
They are also expected to be able to communicate effectively with students.
And they are also taught to think creatively, which can translate into creative ways to teach.
But there is a major problem with physical education being completely eliminated: The schools would not be able afford to do it.
That’s because many public schools currently have fewer physical education instructors than there are students in the classrooms.
According to the NASBE, there are currently 3,800 physical education teaching positions across the country, and more than half of those teachers are not in classrooms.
The number of teachers who are teaching physical education is also not increasing, which means the schools are not getting enough physical education.
There are many factors that could have an impact on the number and quality of physical instruction that schools receive.
For instance, many states have not had a uniform curriculum in many years.
The lack of uniformity also can have a big impact on how schools do physical education instruction.
For example, if physical education becomes more difficult for schools, schools could become more selective about who teaches in their schools.
In the case of physical training, schools may be forced to make hard choices between having a teacher who is good in physical education or who is a good physical education teacher.
For some parents, the physical education profession is not an ideal fit.
Parents who want to send their kids to physical education classes might choose the physical science teacher over a physical education professional.
And there are also parents who are looking for more variety in their children’s physical education experiences.
So it is not just physical education that could be affected.
Schools also may have to rethink how they teach math, science and physical skills to students.
That may be especially true if schools are required to use more technology to teach these subjects, which is not necessarily what physical education has traditionally been about.