State law addresses making PE inclusive, including adapted PE or accommodations when necessary.
Enhanced Physical Education Resource Guide
Guide describes physical education as inclusive and provides resources for adaptive PE.
Fitness Testing for Students with Disabilities: Meeting the Illinois Requirements
Document provides guidance on fitness testing for students with disabilities.
Illinois Administrative Code 23-1.425 Additional Criteria for Physical Education
3) Special activities in physical education shall be provided for pupils whose physical or emotional condition, as determined by a person licensed under the Medical Practice Act of 1987 [225 ILCS 60], prevents their participation in the courses provided for normal children (Section 27-6 of the School Code).
Illinois Compiled Statutes 105-5-27-6 Courses in physical education required; special activities.
In addition, a pupil in any of grades 3 through 12 who is eligible for special education may be excused if the pupil's parent or guardian agrees that the pupil must utilize the time set aside for physical education to receive special education support and services or, if there is no agreement, the individualized education program team for the pupil determines that the pupil must utilize the time set aside for physical education to receive special education support and services, which agreement or determination must be made a part of the individualized education program. However, a pupil requiring adapted physical education must receive that service in accordance withthe individualized education program developed for the pupil.