School Policy and Practice Survey
Lounsbery, M. A. F., McKenzie, T. L., Morrow, J. R., & Holt, K. A. (2012). School Physical Activity Policy Assessment (S-PAPA).
Available at: http://activelivingresearch.org/school-physical-activity-policy-assessment-s-papa
The School Physical Activity Policy Assessment (S-PAPA) assesses physical activity policy related to physical education, recess, and other physical activity opportunities at elementary schools. It uses open-ended, dichotomous, multichotomous, and checklist formatting and has 7 background items and three modules: (a) Physical Education (40 items); (b) Recess (27 items), and (c) Other Before, During, and After School Programs (15 items). Test-retest results suggest SPAPA items are reliable and can be useful in assessing PA policies in elementary schools (Lounsbery et al., JPAH, 2013). Total administration time for all three modules is approximately 23 minutes.
Lounsbery, M. A. F., McKenzie, T. L., Morrow, J. R., Holt, K. A., & Budnar, R. G. (2013). School Physical Activity Policy Assessment (SPAPA): Test-retest reliabilities. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 10, 496-503.
Lounsbery, M. A., McKenzie, T. L., Morrow, J.R., Monnat, S., & Holt, K. (2013). District and school physical education policies: Implications for physical education and recess time. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 45 (Suppl 1), S131-S141.
Available at: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12160-012-9427-9/fulltext.html