Provides Medicaid/CHIP coverage by school districts from 2011-2015.
35 posts found in Topic: Evaluation
This report outlines the opportunities for managed care to address the social determinants of health, provides examples of state-led initiatives and health plan best practices, and reviews the barriers and challenges.
This webinar will review the science of trauma and its impact on teaching and learning. Second, we’ll review an example of how unions are working with district leadership, health providers and other partners in some Illinois schools to translate the science into change in educational organizations.
Happy, Healthy and Ready to Learn: Insure All Children: A toolkit for school-based child health outreach and enrollment
This toolkit contains lessons learned from schools districts in their efforts to identify and enroll eligible children in Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program.
This policy update highlights actions state education decision-makers can take to address the health-related causes of chronic absence.
This report includes tools for schools, districts and community partners for identifying the causes of chronic absenteeism and developing solutions tailored to local challenges and resources.
This brief highlights examples of primary prevention strategies, including building skills and promoting social norms for positive parenting, strengthening economic supports for families, and providing quality education and enrichment early in life.
This resource is meant to help those who are particularly interested in leveraging ESSA
to support efforts to address chronic absenteeism.
This guide is designed to assist schools in improving the strengths and weaknesses of schools' policies and programs for promoting health and safety.
This fact sheet focuses on the role of the school nurse in helping students manage
their condition to help reach their full academic potential.
This fact sheet provides schools with guidance on how to improve educational
outcomes of students by connecting them to health insurance.