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Through physical activity breaks, Dr. Rebecca Hasson is transforming Michigan classrooms

Incorporating physical activity into children’s schedule can improve their overall emotional-social health and academic performance, and lower school absenteeism. Dr. Rebecca Hasson, a member of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Global Fellows Network, created the Interrupting Prolonged Sitting with Activity (InPACT) to provide teachers with training, resources and ongoing support to integrate five, four-minute activity breaks into students’ daily routines.

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