The Impact of Healthy Harlem on Student Fitness Outcomes after Two and Three Years
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
Mar 15, 2018
- Students who were overweight or obese and participated in Get Fit and Prevention had large and statistically significant increases in PACER laps two and three years later.
- The percentage of students in the targeted Harlem Fitness Zone (HFZ) after two and three years of participation was significantly greater than at baseline.
- The increased percentage of students in the HFZ was generally larger for boys than girls.
Evaluation of the Harlem Children's Zone Healthy Harlem Initiative
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