And then, on top of that, we may even have a report card outlining all the Grade-Level-Outcomes (decided by whom?) and for each section it says something like “The Physically Literate Individual” does or values or has x, y, and z. And how do you think that kid might measure-up to all of those requirements? Not well. And guess what that means? They are Physically Illiterate, that’s what it means.
A Little About My Love/Hate Relationship with Physical Literacy
Nate Babcock

Reminds me of the Camika Jones article where she explains how constant talk of the “achievement gap” can echo the language and rhetoric of colonialism.

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