Johns Hopkins Children’s Center school health model can benefit students nationwide as schools look to address effects of pandemic

June 15th, 2021 | Posted By: Latisha Curtis | Posted in News

In a report reviewing the Rales Center school health program’s impact after its first five years, the research team highlights the most promising aspects of the model, which they feel is ready to be scaled. The researchers report that the program had a positive impact on student health and academic engagement, that it was linked to reductions of chronic absenteeism and that it reduced barriers to educational success.

Read about the results of the Rales Center’s evaluation here.