Of couse, the two type of kids have diffrences.
The kids that play sports are more active, and they have a better bidness.
The kids that don't play sports are lazy, and there bidness is weak. That will cause them problems in their bodies when they grow up.
6 Hours/week sports are more than enough for the kids. That will assure you in the future that the kid will grow up healthy.
It depends on how well you play. Being on the sports team and doing well will help get you into a better college.
No, if you don't play sports it doesn't mean you will perform bad at school
fit and unfit
If you have children and you are a minor still enrolled in school you don't automatically get bad grades.You get bad grades by not doing all of your work correctly.Although a child does add more to your work. Sorry if this doesn't answer your question fully.. At what level of education? As a general rule I would say yes, particularly in high school. In college I think it is less of an issue, because students with children tend to have a better focus on why they are in school at that level.
Yes, they have.Poles' children have to complete at least TWO schools:Primary School (6 grades) for kids at the age of 6.Secondary School (3 grades) for kids who complete all 6 grades of Primary School.Secondary School should also be called "High School (Tier 1)".Persons who complete its grades are not being forced to continue their education.Those who want to do so will become "High School (Tier 2)" Students.
School uniforms do help students grades only if you wear it and if you don't you'll get detention which will lower your grade and will go in your files
Research has shown for the last 40 years that children who attend preschool have better grades and learn faster than peers who didn't attend preschool.
The school grades for the minor children on the reality show 'Jon and Kate Plus 8' are not public information.
I think school sports teach students discipline by being able to keep up with their grades and do better from the moment they're on the team. It teaches them how to manage their time and organize their life.
Generally, students who wear a school uniform do better in school.
Students need notebooks, folders, pencils and/or pens, erasers, compasses and protractors for math classes in fourth or fifth grade and higher grades, crayons for children in the lower grades, a pencil box to keep those items in, possibly a backpack to carry their books in (if allowed by the school), etc.
One of the benefits of having a school band is engaging students in music. Studies have shown that students who participate in music classes make better grades, score higher in SAT exams and are more likely to stay in school and graduate from high school.
yes it is
At my school they do they have to have a 2.50 GPA