ed health logoThe new issue of Edsource’s EdHealth newsletter is out with the latest in student health policy news: districts promoting free-lunch signups to improve their counts of eligible low-income students, progress in ensuring safe school facilities under the Williams landmark school equity lawsuit settlement, and a new analysis of the “racial school climate gap” and what schools can do about it.

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  1. Paul Muench 5 years ago5 years ago

    Are the bigger in-school differences about perception? Show children an environment that is safer and more connected and they see the greater contrast with their specific neighborhood. Has this data been correlated to actual disciplinary actions in schools or otjer such measures?