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But physical education became a formal requirement following the civil war when many states opted to pass laws that required schools to incorporate a substantial physical education component into their curriculums. But it was not till 1970 that an amendment was made to the Federal Education Act that allowed women from high school and college to compete in athletic competitions. Sex-based discrimination was completely outlawed from government funded programs at this point.
Physical Education in college
College athletics received a major stimulus when a National Collegiate Athletic Association was created in the early twentieth centuries. There was a rise in popularity of sports within colleges and universities and funding greatly increased. Colleges took great pride in their athletic programs and sports scholarships became a norm. There was also a surge in people who enrolled in sports education programs to meet the growing demand for professionals in the field.
Decline in Physical Education
But this is not meant to imply that the history of physical education has been all rosy. Late in the twentieth century there was certainly a decline in the commitment to physical education. The growing offering of extra subjects and electives in schools means that the shift was focusing away from physical education and towards academics. The country also faced a recession around 1970 and 1980 and the dearth of government funding means that physical education programs were often the first to be cut from schools and universities.
The modern age
But recent awareness of the need for balanced curriculums particularly given the national concern over the state of obesity and children's attention towards non-physical activities like video games has brought physical education back in the spotlight. The government has re-signaled its commitment to physical education by making it mandatory in public schools in early classes. But it remains an elective at the high school level. One of the most interesting developments in the history of physical education has been how the definition of physical education has evolved. While it only encompassed traditional sports in the beginning, it now includes several less physical activities such as yoga and meditation which are considered critical to helping students develop a sense of control in such a stressful age.
Geographers on the whole have been particularly critical of Friedman's writings, views influenced by the large body of work within their field demonstrating the uneven nature of globalization, the strong influence place still has on people's lives, and the dependent relationships that have been established between the have and have-not regions in the current world-system. Geographer Harm de Blij detailed those arguments for the general public in Why Geography Matters: Three Challenges Facing America (2005) and The Power of Place: Geography, Destiny, and Globalization's Rough Landscape (2008).