February 1, 2012 | Story
January 1, 2010 | Journal Article
In this first-ever analysis of which school policies regarding childhood obesity have been enacted at the state level, the data reveal states are more likely to have adopted guidelines regarding food and nutrition than guidelines regarding physical activity or weight assessment.
March 1, 2009 | Journal Article
This article provides an overview of efforts in schools to address childhood obesity. Schools have begun to strengthen their food and physical activity policies, but stronger policies are needed to limit children's exposure to unhealthy foods and to increase their physical activity.
June 1, 2009 | Issue Brief
How Are Schools Implementing the Congressional Mandate?
July 1, 2009 | Evaluation
Assessing School District Strategies for Improving Children's Health 2006–07 and 2007–08.
July 24, 2014 | Program Results Report
Domestic and Sexual Violence Services developed Power Up, Speak Out!, a teen-dating violence prevention program for 7th through 9th graders in Western frontier communities.
November 19, 2012 | Program Results Report
The Connecting With Care project of the Alliance for Inclusion and Prevention demonstrated that it was economically feasible to bring full-time, mental-health clinicians to schools in the low-income Boston neighborhoods of Dorchester and Roxbury.
November 22, 2011 | Program Results Report
The Princeton Center for Leadership Training partnered with 13 New Jersey high schools to implement Safe Dates, a dating abuse prevention curriculum, as part of the New Jersey Health Initiatives program.
November 21, 2011 | Program Results Report
Caring Across Communities: Addressing Mental Health Needs of Diverse Children and Youth brought school-connected mental health services to immigrants and refugees in 15 communities in eight states by developing model mental health programs.
Elementary School Participation in the United States Department of Agriculture's Team Nutrition Program is Associated with More Healthful School Lunches
February 27, 2013 | Journal Article
Team Nutrition schools offer more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains (and less salty snacks) than schools that do not participate in the training and technical assistance program.