Webinar this Thursday: Improving Education through Wellness

March 27, 2012 | Written By:

We're thrilled to announce an exciting webinar that HSC is hosting this Thursday with Dr. Charles Basch, author of Healthier Students are Better Learners. You can check out the description below and register here.  Please join us for this thoughtful and dynamic discussion.


Health in Mind: Improving Education through Wellness

March 29, 2012 · 12:00-1:00 PM central · Webinar

Research documents what parents and educators know: healthy students are better prepared to learn. How can we put this simple fact into action to boost achievement in our nation’s schools? This webinar will provide an overview of Health in Mind: Improving Education through Wellness, a new initiative from Healthy Schools Campaign and the Trust for America’s Health. Health in Mind encompasses specific, practical policy recommendations the nation can implement to make immediate improvements without significant expense. Speakers, including Dr. Charles Basch from Columbia Teachers College, will highlight the important role schools can play in disease prevention and health promotion and will discuss the connection between health and learning.



HSC is hosting a series of webinars throughout the spring on issues related to school food and health in schools. Check out the links below to learn more and register.

A School Nurse in Every School: Addressing Barriers to Adequate Funding for School Nursing
April 9, 2012 · 11 AM – 12 PM central · Webinar
Learn more and register here »

Quiet Innovation for Healthy School Food
April 16, 2012 · 1-2 PM central · Webinar
Learn more and register here »

The Small Business Side of Improving School Food
May 1, 2012 · 1-2 PM central · Webinar
Learn more and register here »

We hope you'll join us!

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