What makes a city? How does it move, motivate, inspire, and engage the people that live in it? How does it bring them together to do good work and make change? And how does it welcome its visitors to plug into what's local and worthwhile. GOOD wants to know.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends that students aged 6 to 17 participate in at least 60 minutes of physical activity daily, which has been proven to increase physical health and self-esteem, reduce obesity, anxiety and stress, and prevent disease. Yet there has been a drop in high schools that mandate physical education. What is the state of physical activity in America's schools and why should we start taking time out to play?
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The GOODEST can be so many things, but why not just narrow it down to one thing each week? We'll change it up and keep it fresh. After all, we consume so much daily, so for the weekend, why not just take away one great learn and do from the week?