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Tad Pfupa, 13, demonstrates exercises he does in the physical education ACE program at Camilla Road Senior Public School in Mississauga on May 16, 2012. Before he started the program, he could only do 30 pushups and now he can do 70 pushups. (JENNIFER ROBERTS/Jennifer Roberts for The Globe and Mail)
Tad Pfupa, 13, demonstrates exercises he does in the physical education ACE program at Camilla Road Senior Public School in Mississauga on May 16, 2012. Before he started the program, he could only do 30 pushups and now he can do 70 pushups. (JENNIFER ROBERTS/Jennifer Roberts for The Globe and Mail)

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Research is showing that a child's physical fitness can affect his or her ability to learn and behave in the classroom. Explore the problems a generation of sedentary children has created for educators, check out some schools that are working on solutions and share your thoughts and stories by going to this interactive.

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