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Abstract

Background: The paper presents some insights into the organisation of physical education classes in primary and secondary (lower secondary level) schools in Bihor county, Romania. Material and methods: The analyses are descriptive and address sports games played in physical education classes, time allotted to these classes, and also the quality of present sports infrastructure in schools. Data were collected by questionnaires applied to physical education teachers from primary and secondary schools in rural and urban areas, which were then descriptively analysed. Results: The results indicate an insufficient number of physical education hours established in the primary and secondary school curriculum. Conclusions. There is a need to improve the quality of sports infrastructure and facilities in schools (synthetic sports fields, multisport fields, etc.), both through the involvement of school management and local public authorities. Conclusions: There is a need to improve the quality of sports infrastructure and facilities in schools (synthetic sports fields, multisport fields, etc.), both through the involvement of school management and local public authorities.

DOI

10.29359/BJHPA.12.Spec.Iss1.10

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