School Health Index: A Self-Assessment and Planning Guide: Elementary School; and School Health Index: A Self-Assessment and Planning Guide: Middle School/High School

About this resource

How the School Health Index Works The SHI is based on CDC?s research-based guidelines for school health programs, which identify the policies and practices most likely to be effective in reducing youth health risk behaviors. The SHI contains eight modules, structured around CDC?s eight-component model of Coordinated School Health.

AuthorCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
Year2005

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