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Hundreds of teens in the Pittsburgh region are taking cyber gym courses, despite critics who say there is no substitute for real physical education classes, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. About 600 students are enrolled at Pennsylvania Learners Online, a cyber charter school where online gym is a requirement. Twelve others are enrolled in a program called e-Cademy to make up a failed credit. Rich Campsie, who teaches phys ed at e-Cademy and at Pennsylvania Learners Online, said he works with students one-on-one online to teach concepts ranging from lifelong physical activities and exercise to game strategies. They report back to
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