As a 40-year-old beginning student at Suffolk County Community College, Jane Calouri was looking for what a court ruling described as the “least strenuous” of several available courses to satisfy her physical education requirement.

Backpacking seemed to meet her needs. But after following a suggestion from her instructor during an agility drill, she came away with a broken leg and ankle.

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