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The relationship between the type of physical education program and student's academic achievement, leisure time activity and perceived competence Open Access
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Comparison of PE programs, QDPE/Non-QDPE.
Physical fitness for children--Alberta.
Physical education for children--Alberta.
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University of Alberta
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Jenkyns, James Allen.
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Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation
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Master of Arts
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